Recommended Events February - March 2011

Hello again thanks for reading!
Month of the antiques? Sophokles, Euripides. And some art shows.

OEDIPUS Tyrannos at Theatro Technis. 15 February at 19:30 - 26 February at 22:30. Translated by Don Taylor. £10/£8, Box office 020 7387 6617 This play reveals the potential horrors beneath the surface beauty of life, and of art, illusion and reality. It is also a meta-tragedy, a tragedy about tragedy. The proportional relationships in tragedy differ between ancient and modern writers. Whereas Shakespeare or Pirandello uses the awareness of illusion to explore theatricality, Sophocles uses theatricality to explore the moral, religious and metaphysical issues raised by the sufferings of Oedipus. Directed by George Eugeniou. Cast includes Amos Miskelis, Jackie Skarvellis, Roger Samson, Gencoo Ashizawa, Kel Lagaj, Bernard Lawrence, Robert Allwood, Manos Koutsis, Michael Nghiem, Diana Stuart. Assistant director & language consultant Evi Stamatiou. Matinee on Sunday. Location Theatro Technis, 26 Crowndale Rd, Camden, NW1 1TT, London, United Kingdom.

MEDEA by Annouchka Bayley Company. Feb Thursday 24th - Sunday 28th and March Thursday 3rd - Saturday 5th, 2011: Doors 7:30, performance starts at 8pm; 7/4 pounds. Presented by NO:ID Gallery. A re-working of Euripides' classic play, by Annouchka Bayley and Company. When Medea, a foreign queen, learns that her husband, Jason, is abandoning her to marry the King's daughter, she sets down a road that leaves nothing unchanged. A tale about foreignness, emancipation, passion, and politics. A highly visual site-specific work, combining performance art with lyrical text. St. Mary Magdalene Church, Rowington Close, Paddington, London W2 5TF. (Nearest tube: Warwick Avenue/Paddington). Annouchka Bayley heads the Live Art department of NO:ID Gallery. Map etc.

Bravo Fox Lau Suchanek. A Group show. March 1st - 13th 2011, Gallery150, 9 Livery Street, Regent Court Shopping Centre, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 4NP. Sculpture, painting, photography and print. Curated by NO:ID Gallery - our first show in the Midlands. Private View: Monday February 28th (also JM B'day). Leamington Spa is 90 min from London Marylebone, Chiltern Railways costs 19.50 super-off-peak. Tel 07939843968.

Callout: SYNESTHESIA: A Museum Of Atonal Art. A multi-media Exhibition, May 2nd - 22nd 2011, Gallery150, Leamington Spa. Curated by: Jan Suchanek (Gallery150, NO:ID Gallery). This exhibition of fine art works, sonic and visual installations, live art performances and “something else” aims to question answers. It will be a two-weeks exhibition, ie. a two-week multi-media installation including live performances. We are calling fine artists, installation artists, conceptual artists, performance artists, sound artists, in short: artists from all sides of the artistic spectrum. NO:ID Gallery and Gallery150 are artists-lead and artists-funded. To participate, please email We will then organise an on-line forum, and organisational meetings, to give shape to this show. Http://

That's all for now lovelies - see you 'round the block!
All the best, as usual!
NO:ID is a network of artists, a gallery, and a question of identity, and is working equally with fine arts, performance arts, and musicians.