Kitchen Table - Jo Fong and Sonia Hughes
Kitchen Table invites you to pull up a chair with your pre-show drink and join the hosts of undisciplined festival, artists Jo Fong and Sonia Hughes, for a chat before the performance of Starving Dingoes by Léa Tirabasso. What’s been fizzing for you? What’s got your goat? Where have you found joy?
Presented as part of South East Dance’s undisciplined, a festival showcasing dance with a sharp edge; dance that pushes the boundaries of the artform and challenges us to see life from different perspectives.
About Jo Fong and Sonia Hughes
Based in Wales, Jo Fong is a Creative Associate with the Wales Millennium Centre. Jo’s creative work reflects the need in these times for people to come together. Her artistic practice is an evolving, collaborative approach which puts ideas around belonging or forming community in the forefront.
Sonia Hughes is currently Associate Artist for FiNN (Arctic Arts Festival). She was a long-time collaborator with Manchester-based arts company Quarantine and over the years has worked with choreographers Darren Pritchard, Jane Mason, Frauke Requardt and Constanza Macras.
Jo and Sonia have worked together on several projects including Wallflower and Entitled for Quarantine Theatre Company and recently Ways of Being Together and The Kitchen Table as part of Jo’s Creative Wales Award Project 2017. Jo and Sonia contributed to National Theatre Wales’ and Quarantine’s new co-production for Festival of Voice. During 2020/21 Jo and Sonia devised a number of digital projects; The Sun’s Come Out, Our Land, What will people need? and seven films for Dublin Theatre Festival called To Tell You The Truth.
Photo by Kate Daley
Dates & Times
Thursday 09 March, 20236:00pm – 7:45pm
Free of charge