Every Way Up Has its Way Down

nylon theatre’s Amy and Heather invite you for bagels and stories in the West Porch Kitchen at St Mary’s, Kemptown.

May 1, 2, 17, 18 @ Brighton Fringe Festival

Every Way Up Has its Way Down looks back to a time when Brick Lane meant beigels, and traces the footsteps of Jewish immigrants who made their mark here long before we arrived. As we dance through time and across the globe, we map the paths of our ancestors, our cultural experiences, and how we find ourselves simultaneously inside and outside of these traditions, as well as the city we now call home.

Reserve your FREE place around our table through the Brighton Fringe Box Office: https://boxoffice.brightonfringe.org/theatre/9151/every-way-up-has-its-way-down

PERFORMANCE DETAILS:
Friday 1 May at 6:30pm
Friday 1 May at 8:30pm
Saturday 2 May at 11am
Saturday 2 May at 2pm
Saturday 2 May at 4:30pm
Sunday 17 May at 1pm
Sunday 17 May at 3pm
Sunday 17 May at 5pm
Monday 18 May at 5pm
Monday 18 May at 7pm
running time: 50 minutes

VENUE DETAILS: The West Porch Kitchen, St. Mary’s Church

61 St James’s Street
Brighton
East Sussex
BN2 1PR

St Mary’s is a 10 minute walk from Brighton Pier, or a 20 minute walk from Brighton Train Station

Every Way Up Has its Way Down debuted at the Stories of London season at Rich Mix London in 2013 and was subsequently performed at Accidental Festival at the Roundhouse (2014), and The Secret Confessions of… at JW3 (2014).

Performed and devised by Amy Watson and Heather Caruso

Music:
Hora Kandel’a – Transkapela
We’ll Meet Again – Vera Lynn

Credits:
Interview with Ash Lawrence – 1975, Jewish Museum, London (and Europeana Online Archive  –http://www.europeana.eu)
Jewish London:  An Illustrated History, Breedon Books, 2007
Sounds Jewish with Jason Solomon: Memories of London’s East End, April 2012 (http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/audio/2012/apr/03/sounds-jewish-london-east-end-podcast)

WITH THANKS TO: Katherine Prior and St. Mary’s Church, Drew Potter, Electric Copy Films, Rich Mix, Alicia Clarke, Elizabeth Selby at the Jewish Museum, Tom Malloy, David Jacobs, Virginia Munday, Lisette Watson, Yvonne Mason, Anthony Prior at Bagelman

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