GOLKK Theatre present: Peeking in the Portrait From Photography to Theatre

Peeking in the Portrait
Wednesday 29th -Friday 31th August, 1:00pm (running time 1 hour)
Tickets £5, Book via https://favershamfringe.co.uk/whats-on
Arden Theatre,  Leslie Smith Drive, Faversham, ME13 8PW

The Camera Flashes. We are exposed. The photo dies, yet the subjects live on…

Beginning with curiosity, four strangers meet under the watchful gaze of a camera. With no limitations, where will they end up?

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‘Dynamic, intriguing, and wonderfully creative’

-London Pub Theatres 

Peeking in the Portrait is inspired by the life and works of Lady Clementina Hawarden, one of Britain’s first female photographers. By fusing live photography with dynamic physical theatre, GOLKK discover that the camera is never simply an object but a playful and present character in our daily lives.

Peeking’ challenges audiences to become meaning-makers, rather than passive spectators. The open narrative explores themes such as:

  • The blurring of visual art & theatre boundaries
  • The presence of cameras in modern society and its effect on our everyday relationships
  • The legacy of photography

With playful and subtle ensemble encounters, GOLKK will draw you into the present, offering you an experience which is not only live, but ALIVE.

GOLKK Theatre are current artist in residence at the University of Kent and the Gulbenkian, Canterbury. ‘Peeking in the Portrait’ has recently been on a Gallery tour around Kent, made their London debut at Camden Fringe and has had success in Canterbury performances and at Dreams Before Dawn Festival 2017 in Paris.

GOLKK welcomes audiences to witness

the curious world of Peeking in the Portrait at Faversham Fringe this August.

For more information please visit www.golkk.com

Or contact Kristin Bacheva on 07478466634/ [email protected]

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