Antarctica is the coldest, windiest, driest place in the world, home to a few scientists, engineers and medical professionals all at the top of their game. Every day is about survival. Every day is about saving the planet.
Then Chris came along to make some Art.
For three and a half months Chris lived and worked alongside the team at the British Antarctic Survey. He discovered that sometimes it’s very difficult to justify your position as an Artist whilst everyone around you is a Hero.
Following on from Chris’ acclaimed show All Roads Lead to Rome this is an adventure story about overcoming hardships and celebrating difference via tales of carnivorous ducks, Ladybird books and a sledge built out of gold picture frames.
“I’m an unashamed fan of Chris’ work and his performance-lectures are worth second and even third looks… grab your Ladybird book of art appreciation and get along.”Steve Hawthorne (BBC Radio Suffolk)
|1 August 2019||Antarctica||Let's Talk About the Anthropocene Festival||Brighton|
|8 November 2018||Antarctica||Civic Theatre||Chelmsford|
|22 November 2016||Antarctica||South Street Arts Reading||Reading|
|15 November 2016||Antarctica||Brighton Dome||Brighton|
|2 November 2016||Antarctica||Colchester Arts Centre||Colchester|
|29 September 2016||Antarctica||Folkestone Quarterhouse, SALT Festival||Folkestone|
|8 July 2016||Antarctica||Spital Festival||Chesterfield|
|7 July 2016||Antarctica||Cambridge Junction||Cambridge|
|16 June 2016||Antarctica||The Spring||Havant|
|3 June 2016||Antarctica||Salisbury International Arts Festival||Salisbury|
|25 May 2016||Antarctica||Theatre Delicatessen||Sheffield|
|4–6 May 2016||Antarctica||Shoreditch Town Hall||London|
|23 April 2016||Antarctica||The Old Fire Station||Oxford|
|10 March 2016||Antarctica||The ShowRoom||Chichester|
|20 October 2015||Antarctica||Wimbledon College of Arts||London|
|10 September 2015||Antarctica||New Wolsey Theatre||Ipswich|