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JUNCTION SAMPLED FESTIVAL OF PERFORMANCE SAT 05 & SUN 06 MAY 2012

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Sat 05 May

Beady Eye / Photo: Alex Brenner

JAM Time

11am

Duration 1hr 10 (approx)

Photo: Christa Holka / Design: Alexander 6

WELCOME This year we bring you Camp Sampled; a weekend retreat, celebrating a series of the best new offerings from exceptional performance makers. Opening with seed ideas at JAM and ending with super sweet variety fun at Art Crush, we invite you to explore the building, limber up, get a spot of pampering and navigate your own festival adventure.

Somewhere between a mega performance mash up, Blue Peter and Butlins, Sampled 12 will be peppered with sing-a-longs, food fights, 80s games, silly dancing and a myriad of mix tapes.

This year’s festival is hosted by Junction faves Bryony Kimmings, Brian Lobel and Hunt & Darton. Their work comes in very different flavours, but a collective love of the tongue in cheek and a fizzy giddiness for fun underlines everything they do. The hosts are a buffet of pure art delight; showcasing a body of practice to complement the visiting artists and companies, whilst always being on hand to help you find a feast over the weekend.

K,B,B & H&D

All this, and only as the butter in a very hefty performance and live art sandwich. Eat it Cambridge!

Kate Madden (Festival Director / Producer) Bryony Kimmings, Brian Lobel and Hunt & Darton (Festival Hosts) “ This micro-festival, featuring a mix of new pieces and works in progress, is in the ascendant” **** Lyn Gardner, The Guardian on Sampled 11

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Age

14+

Venue

J2

JAM, The Junction’s experimental scratch platform, is an opportunity for artists to share new ideas, early collaborations and take risks in a supportive, informal environment. Work often has its first public outing at JAM, so the audience has a significant role to play too; the chance to share feedback, join in critical debates and help shape the direction of a future piece of work. This special Sampled JAM will feature:

Beady Eye: Cooking Ghosts Following from Everything Must Go (Total Theatre Award winner) – Kristin Fredricksson continues to ransack her family archives, putting herself and her sisters as children centre stage with cinefilm footage from the seventies. www.kristinfredricksson.mfbiz.com Ira Brand: A Cure For Ageing A piece about years, growth and the passing of time; about the physical, mental and emotional experience of getting older, and how our age does or does not define us. Developed with support from Escalator Performing Arts. www.irabrand.co.uk

Chris Bailey: Adventures in Mondo-Truth

RashDash: The Ugly Sisters

Chris Bailey (Made in China Associate Artist) presents the first ever scratch of his newest theatrical what-have-you! A micro-shaggydog-story about unrequited lust, psychedelic navigation and growing up in the shadow of a man who sings karaoke in his underwear. Expect loud music, flashing lights and traces of narrative.

Once upon a time two gawky little girls played spitting games, baked mud pies and picked the scabs from their knees. But little girls don’t stay like this for long.

@ct_bailey

www.rashdash.co.uk

Thumping drums, clanging keys and violent voices. RashDash tell the real story of Cinderella – a sinister and sensuous cabaret.

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Sat 05 May

Sat 05 May

Photo: Christa Holka / Design: Alexander 6

BRYONY KIMMINGS: MUMMY TIME

ANDY FIELD: ZILLA! (PART 1)

Time

Time

12.15 - 2.15pm & 5.15 - 7.15pm

Sat 05 May

Photo: Ludovic Des Cognets

12.30 - 7pm & 8pm

VICTORIA MELODY: MAJOR TOM

Sat 05 May

Photo: Tony Lee

MOLLY NAYLOR AND THE MIDDLE ONES: MY ROBOT HEART

Time 12.30pm

Time

1.30pm

Duration 6 mins (approx)

Duration Installation (day) Performance (45 mins)

Duration 40 mins

Duration 1hr

Age 16+

Age 12+

Age 12+

Age 14+

Venue

Venue J1

Venue J3

Venue J2

Zilla! is a three-part disaster movie for the stage. An attempt to make sense of the cities we dream of, the cities we live in. Part 1 is an installation and performance in which we choose our characters and hope for the best. When the dust settles there’s no telling who will be left standing. Featuring Ira Brand and Chris Bailey.

Victoria is entering championship dog shows with her basset hound and is participating in beauty pageants as a contestant.

Molly Naylor (writer of Radio 4’s Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You) and The Middle Ones present a hopefully almost finished version of My Robot Heart – a storytelling show with a live music soundtrack.

(Please note. Parts 1 (Sat) and 2 (Sun) of Zilla! are entirely independent shows, either of which can be enjoyed without seeing the other. Zilla! Part 3 is a card game for the streets of your own neighbourhood, which will be given out for free to anyone who attends both parts 1 and 2).

Major Tom and Victoria increasingly immerse themselves into the obsessive and confusing realm of personal scrutiny as they participate as genuine contestants and aim to win. This project will follow their story. It will reflect on the British fascination with celebrities, beauty, and winning.

Associate Artist Office

Welcome to the world of family business and ‘ere we start ‘em young! Mum’s knee deep in sheets, Nan’s in hospital again and your Uncle Tony’s on the phone for a score. You and your sister need to lend a hand… so get wrapping you council scum. Watch out for the social worker cos if she sees us we’re all f**ked! Created for Cruising for Art. * One-on-one experience (sign up on the day).

* A drop-in durational installation (during day) with a performance at 8pm.

“ Warm, funny, visually stunning” Time Out on 7 Day Drunk

The dog Major Tom is going to Crufts and Victoria at 34 and 5ft 4 is going to the Mrs England 2013 beauty pageant.

“Field is a brilliant observer; precise yet poetic too. As the narrative unfolds, one gets the impression of a wide-eyed and open-hearted soul, drinking in and describing every detail” www.lookingforastronauts.wordpress.com

Produced by Show And Tell and developed at The Junction and Bristol Old Vic.

* A work in progress sharing.

“ She is either an idiot or a genius, it is up to you to decide”

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“Brave, funny, beautiful writing” The Guardian

Chelsea College of Art

Miriam Gillinson, Notes on Theatre on Zilla! (Part 1)

www.bryonykimmings.com

My Robot Heart is a show about love and fear; exploring the meaning of both and the relationship between the two.

www.victoriamelody.co.uk

www.mollynaylorandthemiddleones.tumblr.com www.showandtelluk.com 5


Sat 05 May

Sat 05 May

Sat 05 May

Sat 05 May

Sat 05 May

Photo: Julian Hughes

INSPECTOR SANDS: A LIFE IN 22 MINUTES

MICHAEL PINCHBECK: THE BEGINNING

JESSICA LATOWICKI: A FAULTLINE

CHRIS THORPE: THERE HAS POSSIBLY BEEN AN INCIDENT

Time

Time

Time

Time

3pm

4.10pm

5.30pm

7pm

Duration 30 mins

Duration 50 - 55 mins

Duration 40 mins

Duration 30 mins (approx)

Age

12+

Age

16+

Age

16+

Age

14+

Venue

J3

Venue

J2

Venue

J3

Venue

J3

This is Natalie Welsh. In her lifetime she has drunk 24,752 cups of tea, eaten 776 chicken nuggets, spent 9,828 hours on the phone, cried uncontrollably 68 times, offended 28 people, fallen in love twice, spent 12 years 2 months sleeping, 2 days farting, 6,552 hours reading the headlines. And 22 minutes trying to make sense of it all. Building on the scratch commissioned by PULSE (New Wolsey Theatre, 2011), award-winning company Inspector Sands will take a step further in piecing together a lifetime of unremarkable moments from start to finish. Almost. * A work in progress sharing.

They are professionals. They have learned their lines. They are waiting to make their entrance. They are ready to begin. Part theatrical memoir, part safety announcement, The Beginning is the second in a trilogy taking Shakespearean stage directions as starting points for performance and looks at what it means to begin. Because he has promised never to perform again, Michael has invited Nicki Hobday and Ollie Smith to join him in remembering how it feels to perform for the first time. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Developed at Lakeside Arts Centre (Nottingham), The Junction and Leeds Met Gallery and Studio Theatre.

“Today, our contestant is Miss Jessica Latowicki. Jessica is 5’4” but wishes she was 5’7”, and weighs 127lbs but wishes she weighed 115lbs. She is here for you. And she might win a fabulous prize and the chance to compete in the next round of the competition. A competition to determine the best, the most talented, the most beautiful person around.” A Faultline is a daring, honest and humorous look at the world of pageants, modern ideals of beauty and cracks in the earth’s surface. Jessica Latowicki is one half of Made In China. A Faultline was developed on attachment at the National Theatre Studio.

There Has Possibly Been An Incident is a one-man version of a three-person show that Chris is currently writing for Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre. It’s a series of stories about the opportunity for heroism presenting itself, and about doing the right thing, wrongly. Or choosing not to do it. Or deciding to do it and not thinking about what happens next. Chris Thorpe is a writer and performer from Manchester, and a founder member of Unlimited. He is also an associate artist with Third Angel and makes work with Hannah Jane Walker. * A work in progress reading.

* Preview performance. “A young company with a big talent” The Times on If That’s All There Is

“Pinchbeck is such an interesting theatre-maker” The Guardian

“An extremely watchable performer…she conveys loneliness, desperation and a rather unhinged amount of obsession in a surreal and entertaining way”

“Their work is characterised by a rare ability to make connections with their audiences and unexpected situations” The Guardian on Unlimited

The Scotsman

www.inspectorsands.com

www.michaelpinchbeck.co.uk

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www.madeinchinatheatre.com

www.unlimited.org.uk

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Sat 05 May

Sat 05 May

Sun 06 May

Sun 06 May

Photo: India Roper-Evans

BRIAN LOBEL: HORA

LITTLE BULB THEATRE: GOOSE PARTY

ROSS SUTHERLAND: STANDBY FOR TAPE BACK-UP

HANNAH NICKLIN: A CONVERSATION WITH MY FATHER

Time

Time

Time

Time

9pm

From 9.30pm

11am

11am / 12.15pm / 4.15pm

Duration 20 - 30 mins

Duration 1hr 30

Duration 30 mins

Duration 25 mins

Age

Age

16+

Age

14+

Age

Venue Foyer

Venue

J2

Venue

J3

Venue Boardroom

Socialisation is like an Israeli folk dance lesson: seemingly-innocuous, potentially-traumatising, mandatory.

GOOSE PARTY: Migrate, Celebrate, GOOSE PARTY!

All ages

Join Brian Lobel for an interactive dance lesson where just like life, things are not always as they seem. * Limited capacity (sign up on the day). Audience members can participate or watch this performance.

Over Christmas, Ross found a videotape in his parent’s loft. On the tape: an episode of The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, the first twenty minutes of Jaws, and half a Crystal Maze.

The Identity Tour (a search for identity). Treat your sweet senses and dancing legs to the party’s sonic antipasti of sassy pseudo-fiesta funk, water story power folk, electronica gender anthems, dirty agro railway blues, plus a bit of the strummy soft stuff for the lovers or the lonely, in a high octane evening of madcap musical wildness, wilderness and general gooseyness as we all endeavour to find out WHO WE ARE.

Ross is currently exploring ways of remixing the material, transforming the footage into a brand-new audiovisual poem on memory, death and reruns. Come see how he’s getting along. * A work in progress sharing.

“This genuinely original, charmingly offbeat company has well and truly earned its wings”

www.blobelwarming.com

www.littlebulbtheatre.com

Time Out on Operation Greenfield

“…melds stand-up, satire and sinuous verse, making the 29 year-old spoken-word artist one of the most exciting new voices to emerge on the Fringe this year. A real star in the making” **** The Independent on The Three Stigmata of Pacman

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A Conversation with My Father is born out of a conversation between an ex-policeman and his protestor daughter. A conversation about fear, grey areas, them and us, duty, and standing up to protect what you think matters. The piece is based around a recording of Hannah talking to her father about policing and protest. This is not a piece about which side you should take, it’s a conversation about the problem of ‘sides’ in the first place. * A work in progress sharing. Limited capacity (sign up on the day).

* A theatrical music gig / party.

“Lobel’s warm and familiar address is what makes this piece such a success: we all feel like friends. For anyone interested in the idea of the performed-self, this is a master-class” WhatsOnStage.com

14+

www.rosssutherland.co.uk

“I love the way A Conversation With My Father negotiates the personal and the political so cleverly. Deceptively simple, it deals with big, complex issues. I find it informative, engaging, startling and very moving” Alexander Kelly, Third Angel www.hannahnicklin.com

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Sun 06 May

CURIOUS DIRECTIVE: AFTER THE RAINFALL Time

Sun 06 May

Design: Andreas Brooks

Midday

Sun 06 May

Photo: Joe Martin

Sun 06 May

Photo: Becky Beasley

Photo: Dennis Marshman and Owen Bryant

LAURA MUGRIDGE: THE WATERY JOURNEY OF NEREUS PIKE

TOM MARSHMAN: LEGS11

MELANIE WILSON: LANDSCAPE TWO

Time

Time

Time

1.15pm

2.45pm

4.15pm

Duration 35 mins (+ 15 mins feedback)

Duration 50 mins

Duration 1hr

Duration 30 mins

Age

14+

Age

12+

Age

12+

Age

All ages

Venue

J2

Venue

J3

Venue

J2

Venue

J3

After the Rainfall is a new piece of work currently being devised by Fringe First winning company curious directive (Your Last Breath, 2011). This showing will be the first time the ensemble has aired their ideas about the project to the public. The piece is a response to Britain’s current place in our interconnected world. It creates three stories and imagines one in the future, and interweaves ideas about British colonialism based upon territory, natural resources, artefacts and the woman who binds this all together as our figurehead, our monarch. Come and see a selection of movement sequences, scenes and ideas for storyboarding currently under development, and then join the ensemble for a Q&A session.

Nereus Pike is sinking from the sunshine to the bottom of the ocean. He’s not unhappy about this. This is not how he dies. A true story made up by Fringe First Award winning comedian and theatre maker Laura Mugridge, in collaboration with Katy Schutte and Tom Adams. Expect live music, sea creatures, an impromptu rave scene and a nautical jumper.

Landscape Two explores the beguiling territory between performance, film and sound work.

Like most men, Tom has an ambiguous relationship to his legs. So imagine his surprise when he was shortlisted for the Pretty Polly competition looking for the best legs in the country.

A woman’s notebooks from 1899 are discovered by another in 2012. Inspired by the thoughtful records of the former, the latter embarks upon a treatise in response. Underscored by the voice of a remote and sonorous landscape, the women range together across contemplations of solitude, metaphysical philosophy, foreign lands, female inheritance and the sensations of sound and silence.

Tom has suffered from varicose veins for years, causing discomfort, embarrassment, and a particular awareness of his legs. A newly found confidence encouraged Tom to delve into a world of celebrity, stockings, photoshoots, beauty pageants and gender misadventures. In this intimate performance, Tom conveys a brave story of misfits and transformation, hospital visits and rejuvenation.

Supported by Harrogate Theatre and The Junction. * A work in progress sharing.

* A work in progress sharing (15 day version). “A company clearly destined for great things”

Tom Marshman is mingling with fashionistas…. but will his winning smile pull him through?

Melanie Wilson is a writer, performer and sound artist. Her work has been presented nationally and internationally, and includes Simple Girl, Iris Brunette, every minute, always and Autobiographer.

* Contains some minor audience filming.

* A work in progress sharing.

“A life-affirming, love-affirming odyssey full of exquisite tiny details…” ***** Metro on Running on Air

“A lively, fun and engaging piece of theatre”

The Telegraph

Bristol Culture

“An extraordinary poet in word and sound” The Scotsman

www.curiousdirective.com

www.lauramugridge.co.uk

www.tommarshman.com

www.melaniewilson.org.uk

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Sun 06 May

Sun 06 May

Photo: Joel Fildes

BRIAN LOBEL: BALL & OTHER FUNNY STORIES ABOUT CANCER

ANDY FIELD: ZILLA! (PART 2)

Time

Time

5.15pm

Sun 06 May

Photo: Laura McDermott

7pm

Duration 1hr 10

Duration 50 mins

Age

16+

Age

12+

Venue

J2

Venue

J3

In 2001, at the tender age of 20, Brian Lobel was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Cue chemo, frozen sperm and a host of cancer clichés.

Zilla! is a three-part disaster movie for the stage. An attempt to make sense of the cities we dream of, the cities we live in.

Unexpected, quirky and provocative, BALL & Other Funny Stories About Cancer is a performance about illness and the changing body over time. The show brings together his trilogy of work about his experiences with cancer, challenging established cancer narratives and going beyond stories of hospital treatments to explore sexuality, gender and politics.

Part 2 is a storytelling piece in which we are led on dizzying walk through the disaster by an unseen witness. A duet for voice and Google street view. This section of the performance is being remade especially for Sampled, and features Ira Brand.

Brian’s charming style infuses the ‘cancer story’ with an urgency and humour which is sometimes inappropriate, often salacious and always, above all else, honest and open.

Photo: Briony Campbell

ACTION HERO: FRONTMAN Time

8.15pm

Duration 1hr (approx)

(Please note. Parts 1 and 2 of Zilla! are entirely independent shows, either of which can be enjoyed without seeing the other. Zilla! Part 3 is a card game for the streets of your own neighbourhood, which will be given out for free to anyone who attends both parts 1 and 2).

Age

16+

Venue

J1

Poised on the edge of catastrophe, Frontman is a furiously loud, raucous reproduction of all the best gigs you never saw. “A show that is deeply touching in more ways than one” The Guardian

“Resonant, reflective and a very lovely form, beautifully delivered by Ira Brand” Tassos Stevens, Coney

www.blobelwarming.com

www.lookingforastronauts.wordpress.com

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Backed by an analogue synth and a tambourine, Action Hero enact a defiant, brazen, half-cut version of a faded comeback gig, complete with dry-ice, lip syncs and extreme noise (earplugs provided…) Balancing between euphoria and a

car crash, this is part-gig, part-performance with borrowed ramblings from iconic frontmen and a DIY approach to analogue sound. Frontman is the third piece in an unintentional trilogy of work about icons and the iconography of masculinity. Action Hero is the collaboration between artists Gemma Paintin and James Stenhouse. They’re based in Bristol and have been making performance together since 2005. Frontman was co-commissioned by Fierce Festival 2011 and Inbetween Time Productions. Its development was supported by Forest Fringe and Residence. Sound support by Alex Bradley. * Includes pre-show music and a bar open throughout.

“Very smart, brash and brutally absurd” **** The Guardian on Watch Me Fall

www.actionhero.org.uk

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Sun 06 May

Sat 05 & Sun 06 May

Sat 05 & Sun 06 May

Photo: Martin Figura

HANNAH JANE WALKER AND CHRIS THORPE: THE OH FUCK MOMENT

HUNT & DARTON: HUNT & DARTON CAFE

Sat Time 2.45pm & 5.15pm

Time

From 11am (until late)

Sun Time 1.15pm & 5.15pm

Age

All ages

Duration 1hr 10

Venue Foyer

Age 16+ Photo: Sami Knight / Design: Alexander 6

BRYONY KIMMINGS & FRIENDS: ART CRUSH Time 9.30pm Duration 1hr 10 (approx) Age 16+

crush. Join us as we wrap up the festival weekend in style, with a delicious array of acts that we officially have an ‘art crush’ on. Compered by Bryony Kimmings, and featuring performances from the lady herself and her fellow Sampled hosts (Hunt & Darton and Brian Lobel). PLUS we’ve invited LOW PROFILE, Tom Marshman and Drew Taylor to join the PARTY! Expect games, silly chat, fun tunes and LUSH art! Art Crush, Cambridge’s FIRST Performance Variety Night, is co-founded by Bryony Kimmings and Kate Madden with support from The Junction.

It’s so lovely to be loved isn’t it lover! And boy are we in LOVE! Art Crush is back for the Sampled festival! This epic Japanese pop themed, saccharine sweet variety show curated by Bryony Kimmings and Kate Madden is a celebration of all things teen

“An unabashedly wacky sweetheart with a delightful anything goes air” The Times on Bryony Kimmings

www.bryonykimmings.com www.we-are-low-profile.com www.tommarshman.com www.drewtaylorartist.wordpress.com

Venue

Junction Staff Office

You just fucked up. Now what? Sometimes, fuck-ups are so massive, there’s no way back. In this Fringe First winning show, poet Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe examine the poetic guts of mistakes in a bundle of words and strip lighting. The Oh Fuck Moment is a conversation around a desk for brave souls to hold their hands up and admit they fucked up, or for people to laugh at us because we did. Developed at Nightingale Theatre and The Junction.

Venue J2

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Photo: Christa Holka

Join live art duo Jenny Hunt & Holly Darton for a pop-up interactive performance that blends art with the everyday. Hunt & Darton Cafe is open 02 – 27 May at 100 Regent Street, Cambridge (Wed-Sun, 10am-6pm). During Sampled, Hunt & Darton will bring their café, décor and menu to The Junction foyer, exposing the inner workings of their new business by presenting everything as art. Appetites will be satisfied in more ways than one! Hunt & Darton Cafe is a Live Art Collective East project, produced by Artsadmin and supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. The project is part of the Cultural Olympiad. Hunt & Darton Cafe is supported by The Junction, Changing Spaces and Cambridge City Council.

* Limited capacity (sign up on the day). “A brilliant celebration of our mistakes and evolutionary reflexes”

“Hunt & Darton Cafe turns a cup of tea or a regular pint into a performance master class”

**** The Guardian

Anthony Roberts, Colchester Arts Centre

www.hannahjanewalker.co.uk

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Sat 05 & Sun 06 May

Sat 05 & Sun 06 May

INFO

BRYONY KIMMINGS: THE HALL OF GRATUITOUS PRAISE

HUNT & DARTON: HUNT & DARTON PITCH AND PUTT

BOOKING INFO

ACCESS

Festival Passes

Sat Time 12.30 - 7pm

Sat Time 12.30 - 7pm

Sun Time 11.30 - 7pm

Sun Time 11.30 - 7pm

Duration 8 mins (approx)

Duration 10 mins (approx)

The Junction has access throughout the ground floor with wheelchair accessible toilets and lifts to the first floor levels. Dedicated NCP parking spaces for disabled customers can be found in front of the building and on the ground floor of the multi-storey car park, which are both accessible via Clifton Way.

Age

Age 10+

Photo: Sami Knight

All ages

Venue Hub

Venue

Feeling a little low? Life getting you down? Babes… you need a little pick-me-up!

Reminiscent of British seaside holidays, arguments with siblings, dad getting too competitive, mum not even trying and that other family who are ruining it for everyone. Hunt & Darton bring you their version of the delightfully absurd game of pitch and putt.

The Hall of Gratuitous Praise is a feel good audio installation designed to make you feel tip-top again. Come in, grab a herbal tea, relax… spend a moment recharging in a spa like experience with a difference. Think 1960s LA hippy style mantras, whale song and a fluffy robe and you’re half way there. Bryony Kimmings wants you to know just how great you are... Commissioned by The Junction. * Individual audio experience (sign up on the day). “The Pam Ayers of Performance Art” The Guardian

Day Tickets

Weekend Tickets £25 / £22 con Day and weekend wristbands will be issued at the Box Office on the day of attendance.

LIMITED CAPACITY SHOWS

Bus (outside venue)

A number of shows throughout the weekend are intimate affairs with limited capacity. Your day or weekend wristband does not guarantee you entry to these shows. To ensure your place, please enter your details on the sign-up sheets in the J2 foyer. Sign up sheets are available from 10.30am each day. Don’t worry if these fill up, there are plenty more intriguing options to choose from.

A fully interactive homemade pitch and putt course on a bus – choose a club and practice your ‘focus face.’

BOX OFFICE

* Experience for individuals and pairs (sign up on the day). PLUS look out for…Break Your Own Pony Hunt & Darton like the clichéd well-to-do-ladies, Pony Club and Polos. A micro ‘horsey’ installation. “Gently humorous, and highly tongue-in- cheek…great fun” Hannah Nicklin on Break Your Own Pony (performance) at Inbetween Time Festival

www.bryonykimmings.com

www.liveartcollectiveeast.com

£15 / £12 con

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Telephone 01223 511 511 Online

www.junction.co.uk

Email

tickets@junction.co.uk (enquiries)

In person:

The Junction, Clifton Way, Cambridge CB1 7GX

Please advise the Box Office of any access requirements at the point of booking. To discuss any access requirements prior to your visit, please call our Box Office team on 01223 511 511 or email tickets@junction.co.uk.

THE TEXT IN THIS BROCHURE IS AVAILABLE IN LARGE PRINT ON REQUEST

AGE POLICY The suggested age suitability is listed for each show (as a guideline only). The Junction recommends and requests that all under 14s are accompanied by an adult. Please contact the Box Office if you have a specific enquiry. Twitter @TheJunctionCamb #sampled12 Website

www.junction.co.uk

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SATURDAY SCHEDULE Time

Act

SUNDAY SCHEDULE Venue

11am JAM feat: Chris Bailey, J2 Beady Eye, Ira Brand & RashDash From 11am Hunt & Darton: Foyer Hunt & Darton Cafe 12.15 – 2.15pm Bryony Kimmings: Associate Mummy Time Artist Office 12.30 – 7pm Andy Field: J1 Zilla! (Part 1) 12.30pm Victoria Melody: J3 Major Tom From Bryony Kimmings: Hub 12.30pm The Hall of Gratuitous Praise From Hunt & Darton: Hunt & Bus 12.30pm Darton Pitch and Putt (outside venue) 1.30pm Molly Naylor and The Middle J2 Ones: My Robot Heart 2.45pm Hannah Jane Walker and Junction Chris Thorpe: The Oh Fuck Staff Office Moment 3pm Inspector Sands: J3 A Life in 22 Minutes 4.10pm Michael Pinchbeck: J2 The Beginning 5.15 – 7.15pm Bryony Kimmings: Associate Mummy Time Artist Office 5.15pm Hannah Jane Walker Junction and Chris Thorpe: Staff Office The Oh Fuck Moment 5.30pm Jessica Latowicki: A Faultine J3 7pm Chris Thorpe: There Has J3 Possibly Been An Incident 8pm Andy Field: Zilla (Part 1) J1 9pm Brian Lobel: HORA Foyer From 9.30pm Little Bulb Theatre: Goose Party J2

Duration 1hr 10 (approx) Throughout the day

PG 3 15

6 mins (approx)

4

Throughout the day (installation)

4

40 mins

5

8 mins (approx)

16

10 mins (approx)

16

1hr 1hr 10

5 15

30 mins

6

50-55 mins

6

6 mins (approx)

4

1hr 10

15

40 mins

7

30 mins (approx)

7

45 mins (performance)

4

20 – 30 mins

8

1hr 30

8 18

Time

Act

Venue

Duration

11am Ross Sutherland: Standby J3 30 mins For Tape Back-Up 11am Hannah Nicklin: A Boardroom 25 mins Conversation With My Father From 11am Hunt & Darton: Foyer Throughout the day Hunt & Darton Cafe From Bryony Kimmings: Hub 8 mins (approx) 11.30am The Hall of Gratuitous Praise From Hunt & Darton: Bus 10 mins (approx) 11.30am Hunt & Darton Pitch and Putt (outside venue) 12pm curious directive: J2 35 mins After the Rainfall (+ 15 mins feedback) 12.15pm Hannah Nicklin: Boardroom 25 mins A Conversation With My Father 1.15pm Laura Mugridge: J3 50 mins The Watery Journey of Nereus Pike 1.15pm Hannah Jane Walker and Junction 1hr 10 Chris Thorpe: The Oh Fuck Staff Office Moment 2.45pm Tom Marshman: Legs11 J2 1hr 4.15pm Hannah Nicklin: Boardroom 25 mins A Conversation With My Father 4.15pm Melanie Wilson: J3 30 mins Landscape Two 5.15pm Brian Lobel: BALL & Other J2 1hr 10 Funny Stories About Cancer 5.15pm Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe: The Oh Fuck Moment 7pm Andy Field: Zilla! (Part 2) 8.15pm Action Hero: Frontman 9.30pm Art Crush feat: Bryony Kimmings, Hunt & Darton, Brian Lobel, LOW PROFILE, Tom Marshman & Drew Taylor

PG 9 9 15 16 16 10 9 10

15

11 9 11 12

Junction Staff Office

1hr 10

15

J3

50 mins

12

J1

1 hr (approx)

13

J2

1 hr 10 (approx)

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WE ARE HERE

www. junction. co.uk

The Junction also presents a unique and acclaimed programme of theatre, dance, comedy, clubs and live music. For further details of all upcoming events visit www.junction.co.uk

Address:

The Junction, C lifton Way Cambridge, CB1 7GX

Email:

tickets@junction.co.uk (enquiries)

Box Office:

01223 511 511 (open 1-6pm Mon-Sat)

Design:

thedistrict.co.uk

Cover Image: Action Hero: Frontman Credit:

Briony Campbell


Junction Sampled Festival of Performance 2012  

2012 Junction Sampled Festival of Performance Programme.

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