Words Out Loud is excited to present a new, regular, Performance Event in Chichester called Seven Up.
Starting on September 21st and running on the third Thursday on alternate months, this new show is upstairs at Wildwood restaurant on Southgate , Chichester from 7:00pm. to 10:00pm.
The cabaret style show features Seven performers,
giving Seven performances
each of Seven minutes’ duration.
Performances will span the whole range of Performance Art including Music, Dance, Drama, Comedy, Improv, Spoken Word and more.
There will be breaks in between each performance and time to mingle, socialise and connect.
Wildwood will have their menu of Pasta, Pizza and Grilled food available for ordering and their bar will be open.
Tickets cost £10 and are available here on Eventbrite and can also be purchased on the door.
SEPTEMBER LINE UP
Jack is an extraordinary singer/songwriter who has performed locally in and around Chichester as well as nationally at festivals including Glastonbury. His debut album was recently recorded at Ford Lane Studios with inputs from 13 local musicians. Jack’s lyrics are a uniquely powerful mix of poetry and storytelling that convey beauty, love, darkness, revenge, farce and comedy; set to music that includes a wide range of genres that Jack describes as “gutter jazz”.
Chris North – Storyteller
As a teenager, Chris. developed his drama interests and they’ve played an important part in his life ever since. He’s been a teacher, social worker and now runs his own creative arts company. Writing and telling stories has become increasingly significant to his work. Chris’ performance for Seven Up gives a glimpse of his other interests of psychology, myths and dreams.
Mike Jenkins is Sammy Saunders
He thinks it’s 1927 and no one has the heart to tell him it’s not. Meet Sammy Saunders, who appears to have wandered from the pages of history to tell you that a funny thing happened on his way to the forum. You might be surprised just how familiar his world is to you.
Based in Chichester, England, Picnic are Sue O’Brien and Mike B Smith, musicians who create their own style of pop noir folk, combining lyrical beauty with acoustic/electronic sounds, to provide moments of melancholic and uplifting beauty, wrapped in retro styling.
Charlie is a spoken word poet who performs in venues around the south (most recently Victorious Music Festival and Brighton Pride) and online over at her popular bookish Instagram The Roaming Reader. She also writes features for a number of national publications, reviews theatre and has completed her first novel. She is currently exploring the avenues towards literary representation.
Originally from Canada, Madison Burgess is a dance artist, choreographer, rehearsal directer and teacher currently based in Chichester. She’s had the privilege of working professionally with several companies including Lîla Dance Company and Morvell Dance. Madison will be presenting an improvised solo in response to live music, where audience members can expect to see a fusion of both dynamic and playful approach to contemporary dance.
Funny Bones of Arundel
Improv group Funny Bones provide some made up on the spot improvised sketches and scenes.