Doze

Rest As Resistance

Push back against ableism, turn the weary body from an engine for capitalism into a site for rest and repose.

Doze is a one-to-one installation for folks who are overworked, overwhelmed and overloaded. By disrupting the busiest of public spaces and inviting audiences to enter into a dreamscape with her, Toni-Dee will make visible and reclaim as beautiful our responses to that which is painful and exhausting. Doze offers the opportunity to hold our bodies as a site of healing.

Comissioned by Unlimited

My Fathers Kitchen

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3rdyr171tpp

  " Wonderfully poetic" - @QuietManDave

My fathers kitchen explores the history of colonialism and what is hereditary whilst opening tales of home, memory and black british identities with food and storytelling

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"So welcome, welcome to my father’s kitchen... Or at least, this is how I remember it"

Developed as a Divergency micro-commission with support from hÅb + STUN (Sustained Theatre Up North).

 

Performed in:

Sick Festival - Manchester, Brighton

Works Ahead - Manchester

Emergency - Manchester 

Divergency - Manchester

Illuminate Festival - Preston