“Here Comes Trouble” is a one woman autobiographical show by Keira Martin at Bishop Burton Village Hall on Friday 13th October 2017. Through a series of stories drawing on her social and cultural influences from Yorkshire, Ireland and Jamaica, Keira rhythmically weaves together traditional Irish music, song and gusty dance theatre. The performance will be followed by a ceilidh. Doors and pay bar open 6.45pm. Food served 7.15pm. Show with 2 course home-made supper £15; show only £8. The event is supported by ARTERY Live.

For tickets contact Jan on (01964) 552364.

'Here Comes Trouble' is a rigorous personal investigation into womanhood and Keira’s individual identity. Choreographed by Keira Martin, Directed by Charlotte Vincent, Designed by Ryan Laight and original music composed by Jamie Roberts. Through a series of robust episodes drawing on social and cultural influences from Yorkshire, Ireland and Jamaica, Keira rhythmically weaves together traditional music, authentic song and gutsy dance. She shares hard hitting and heart-warming chapters of her life to courageously address stereotypes and challenge labels. Witness her build bridges and burn them again, each time revealing a deeper layer of herself and her heritage. This feisty yet vulnerable performance is entertaining and demonstrates the power and elegance of women in a very real and honest way.

Here Comes Trouble featured at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 Dance base. 'This Blue Elephant show was a preview for Edinburgh, and if this is a journey you are taking, Here Comes Trouble should be at top of your list of things to see.’ Richard Maguire

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