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Moi Tran

The sleeping body is an iconic state of everyday intimacy, vulnerability and natural power

A photo of some false teeth in a plastic tupperware, with the words SLEEP in purple repeated many times over the top

Booking

Date and time

6–7 July 2024
6pm–11am

Booking

Venue

Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
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Cultural Exchange Rate

Tania El Khoury

A woman stands in front of a series of small boxes. She is wearing a white facemask and wearing white cotton gloves.
Tania El Khoury, Cultural Exchange Rate. Photo by Ziad Abu-Rish

Booking

Date and time

16–28 July 2024
Various times

Booking

Tickets €20

Venue



Galway International Arts Festival, Ireland
Ireland

The Making of Pinocchio: Digital Edition

Cade & MacAskill

A true tale of love and transition told through the story of Pinocchio.

Cade & MacAskill look up at a tall structure that is similar to a tree
Photo by Niall Walker

Booking

Date and time

17 May 2024
8–9.30pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

The Segal Theatre Center, New York
United States of America

biome: planting and growing workshops

Zoë Laureen Palmer

Take part in the community co-creation of the garden beds outside Toynbee Studios!

One of the garden beds outside Toynbee Studios, in the sunshine with a trowel sitting next to it
Photo by Theo H

Booking

Date and time

1 June – 6 July 2024
11.30am–4pm
Various time slots

Booking

Free, booking required

Venue

Mallon Gardens, London
E1 6AB
UK
Tel: 020 7247 5102
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Walking:Holding

Rosana Cade

What does your town look like from someone else’s perspective? How intimate can you be with someone you’ve just met?

Two people holding hands
Walking:Holding. Photo by Rosie Healey.

Booking

Date and time

25–26 May 2024
Various times
Free, booking required

Booking

Venue

The Bentway, Toronto
Canada

Relaxed Conversations: Creating and touring relaxed performances

Nene Camara Cade & MacAskill

A free webinar exploring accessibility in the performing arts sector

Photos by Holly Revell and Christa Holka

Booking

Date and time

8 May 2024
1–2.30pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Online

Wild Dress

Zoë Svendsen, Kate Fletcher and Carolyn Downing

An immersive sonic work set in the grounds of Hawkwood, that explores wilderness, landscape and our place within it, through the medium of clothing.

Photo by Charlie Meecham

Booking

Date and time

6 May 2024
10am–5.30pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking, Stroud
UK

As Far As My Fingertips Take Me

Tania El Khoury and Basel Zaraa

A collaboration between live artist Tania El Khoury and musician and street artist Basel Zaraa.

Photo by Tania El Khoury

Booking

Date and time

8 May 2024
4–8.30pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Orlando Festival, Bergamo
Italy

Benched

Tink Flaherty

Why do we treat strangers so much better than our friends and family?

An image of Tink Flaherty sitting on a wooden bench in a council estate, facing the camera. They wear double denim, white socks and black loafers, and have a boxing glove on their right hand. Their brown hair is short, and falls slightly over their right eye. Around the bench are a pair of trainers, a glove, and a packet of Twinkies
Benched, Tink Flaherty. Photo by Christa Holka

Booking

Date and time

25 July 2024
7.30–8.30pm

Booking

Venue

Home Live Art, Hastings
UK

biome: sprouts and microgreens workshop

Zoë Laureen Palmer

A close-up photograph of two hands holding some sprouts
Photo by Theo H

Booking

Date and time

24 April 2024
4–6pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Artsadmin Canteen, Toynbee Studios
UK

Benched

Tink Flaherty

Why do we treat strangers so much better than our friends and family?

An image of Tink Flaherty sitting on a wooden bench in a council estate, facing the camera. They wear double denim, white socks and black loafers, and have a boxing glove on their right hand. Their brown hair is short, and falls slightly over their right eye. Around the bench are a pair of trainers, a glove, and a packet of Twinkies
Benched, Tink Flaherty. Photo by Christa Holka

Booking

Date and time

22 May 2024
7.30–8.30pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

SICK Festival, Manchester
UK

The Making of Pinocchio

Cade & MacAskill

A true tale of love and transition told through the story of Pinocchio

Two performers: Ivor MacAskill (he/him) and Rosana Cade (they/them), interact on a dark stage, illuminated by a flash. Ivor is a white man with short hair and ginger stubble and Rosana is a white non-binary person with short hair. They both wear fake-wooden tracksuits and caps with real wooden appendages protruding from wooden sockets on their heads, noses, body parts. The performer on the right, stands upright, whilst the performer on the left is on the floor looking up.
The Making of Pinocchio, Cade & MacAskill. Photo credit Tiu Makkonnen

Booking

Date and time

24–25 May 2024
7.00pm

Booking

Venue

Mayfest, Bristol Old Vic
UK
Mayfest

The Making of Pinocchio

Cade & MacAskill

A true tale of love and transition told through the story of Pinocchio.

Two performers: Ivor MacAskill (he/him) and Rosana Cade (they/them), interact on a dark stage, illuminated by a flash. Ivor is a white man with short hair and ginger stubble and Rosana is a white non-binary person with short hair. They both wear fake-wooden tracksuits and caps with real wooden appendages protruding from wooden sockets on their heads, noses, body parts. The performer on the right, stands upright, whilst the performer on the left is on the floor looking up.
The Making of Pinocchio, Cade & MacAskill. Photo credit Tiu Makkonnen

Booking

Date and time

15–16 May 2024
7.00pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Rosendal Theater, Trondheim
Norway
Rosendal Theater

The Making of Pinocchio

Cade & MacAskill

A true tale of love and transition told through the story of Pinocchio

Two performers: Ivor MacAskill (he/him) and Rosana Cade (they/them), interact on a dark stage, illuminated by a flash. Ivor is a white man with short hair and ginger stubble and Rosana is a white non-binary person with short hair. They both wear fake-wooden tracksuits and caps with real wooden appendages protruding from wooden sockets on their heads, noses, body parts. The performer on the right, stands upright, whilst the performer on the left is on the floor looking up.
The Making of Pinocchio, Cade & MacAskill. Photo credit Tiu Makkonnen

Booking

Date and time

22–23 April 2024
7.00pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Teatr Polski, Kontrapunkt Festival
Szczecin
Poland

Memory of Birds

Tania El Khoury

An interactive sound installation exploring political violence through migrating birds.

A person lies in a yellow hammock-style sculptural installation hanging from a leafy green tree. There is a mask over their face
Photo by Maria Baranova

Booking

Date and time

24–26 May 2024
1–6pm

Booking

Venue

Mayfest, Bristol
UK

Memory of Birds

Tania El Khoury

An interactive sound installation exploring political violence through migrating birds.

A person lies in a yellow hammock-style sculptural installation hanging from a leafy green tree. There is a mask over their face
Photo by Maria Baranova

Booking

Date and time

16–18 May 2024
11am–4pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Norfolk & Norwich Festival
UK

As Far As My Fingertips Take Me

Tania El Khoury and Basel Zaraa

A collaboration between live artist Tania El Khoury and musician and street artist Basel Zaraa.

Photo by Tania El Khoury

Booking

Date and time

13 April 2024
12–6pm
Various times

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Droog Gallery
Staalstraat 7B
Amsterdam
1011
Netherlands

biome: seeding workshops

Zoë Laureen Palmer

Booking

Date and time

23 March 2024
11am–4pm
Free, booking required

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
Plan your visit

A composite image of five Arab women artists: Tasneim Zyada, Jessica El Mal, Alia Hamaoui, Riwa Saab & Bint Mbareh

Booking

Date and time

30 March 2024
5–8pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

35-47 Bethnal Green Road,
Rich Mix, London
E1 6LA
UK

Community Breakfast

Zoë Laureen Palmer

A photgraph of people sitting round a table in the Artsadmin Canteen, taken from behind some fern leaves. There are lots of mugs, pens and paper over the table and everyone is busy looking through these.
Photo by Sophie Leroux

Booking

Date and time

20 February 2024
8.30–11.30am

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
Plan your visit

Benched

Tink Flaherty

Why do we treat strangers so much better than our friends and family?

An image of Tink Flaherty sitting on a wooden bench in a council estate, facing the camera. They wear double denim, white socks and black loafers, and have a boxing glove on their right hand. Their brown hair is short, and falls slightly over their right eye. Around the bench are a pair of trainers, a glove, and a packet of Twinkies
Benched, Tink Flaherty. Photo by Christa Holka

Booking

Date and time

10–11 April 2024
7.30–8.30pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Cambridge Junction
Clifton Way

Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB1 7GX
UK

Queer Clash Diary

A grid of square pictures of artists: Asifa Lahore, Alizée Ndiaye, Aurelie, Ray Young, Symoné, Seyi Osi, Fraserfab, Travis Alabanza, Bilansu, Jasmine Kahlia, Danny Bailey & Alizée Ndiaye, Sheperd's Bush, Wet Mess, Nene Camara, Katy Baird & Ben Walters. Overlayed, a black and pink Queer Clash Diary logo, with text reading Arts Networking Day

Booking

Date and time

3 March 2024
12–7pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
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TOM

TOM, BULLYACHE. Photo by Joel Palmer

Booking

Date and time

12–13 March 2024
8-9pm and 7:30-8:30pm CEST

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Black Box Teatre, Oslo International Theatre Festival
Marstrandgata 8
Oslo
0566
Norway

Radar: Queer Clash Mornings

An image of an audience applauding. Over the top is an orange paint splatter shape with the words "Queer Clash Mornings" in white text over the top

Booking

Date and time

19 January – 9 May 2024
11am–1pm

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
Plan your visit