The Sian Clarke Experience
13th Aug 2021
AMATA at Falmouth University - Pleasance Online
This performance contains strong language, sexual and violent references. This performance also contains references to sexual assault
A comedic piece using a dark, twisted mixture of aggression, laughter and discomfort to examine the constraints of a woman biting back in a society eager to silence and vilify those no longer willing to accept its bullsh*t.
Or a show about a woman who just needs to learn to take a joke.
There will be screaming, there will be barking, there will be blood…
Sian Clarke makes socially challenging, feminist, divisive performance. She has worked as a performer, writer and dramaturg across live art, devised theatre and comedy. Mentored by theatre maker Ursula Martinez, Sian is a Goldsmith Innovation Award Winner, Funny Women Regional Finalist, and a member of The Soho Theatre Young Company. The Sian Clarke Experience is her debut show, produced by Objectively Funny
Mentored by Ursula Martinez.
‘Funny and Terrifying… anus- tightening mind- f*ck.’ (Jordan Gray)
‘Captivating throughout, breaking boundaries’ (The Norwich Chronicle)
‘Sian Clarke doesn’t feel obliged to be ‘likeable’ yet you will end up liking her - a lot.’ (Lynn Parker, Funny Women)
‘A dark, brooding energy which is unapologetically hard-line’ (Bunbury Magazine)
Part of The Edinburgh Fringe Digital Showcase, in partnership with The Academy of Music & Theatre Arts (AMATA) at Falmouth University.
Throughout August audiences will have the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic range of theatre shows from Cornish and non-Cornish artists, direct from Falmouth. The world-class broadcast and creation studio's at AMATA will be turned into live-streaming hubs to broadcast exclusive Fringe performances online.
Tickets for online live streams and to the physical live-streaming hub at AMATA are on sale now via the AMATA Box Office – click BOOK NOW to be directed.
This project is funded by the Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grants, Falmouth University, Pleasance Theatre Trust, AMATA, Hall for Cornwall, and supported by Sennheiser.