The Pangolin Project

The Pangolin Project

Mama Quilla’s

(“A passionate concern about oppression.”—Financial Times on Mama Quilla’s Bones )

ACE funded


lands in the glamorous East Court at the Alexandra Palace (London, UK) May 14 at 2:30 pm and 7:30pm

A fantastically ambitious Digital and Live Art Initiative, featuring specially commissioned three-minute micro-epic films, and short live interactive material by esteemed artists -Paula B Stanic, Nicola Werenowska, Olusola Oyeleye, Lucy Sheen, Chitra Soundar, and Kay Adshead, exploring

“How the Pandemic changed The World

And in workshops, combining experienced artists with emerging and hard to reach creatives, we made ten 60-secondExtreme Close-Up films -exploring

“How the Pandemic changed ME."

And if that isn’t enough!!! Six esteemed artists, Adie Allen, Wendy Young, Howard Lee, (our token man,) Tiwa Ayeni, Vicky Ogden, and Raf, who have already created films (attracting between them over 40 000 views on our Facebook page) will also have their films screened. And along with the writer/ film makers create and perform two minutes of new, live interactive performance, so sharing “Work made in the Pandemic”

“Presenting political theatre for many years, long before it became fashionable, expect to be put on the spot.”—
Time Out on Mama Quilla

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