Working with Community Vibe CIC in collaboration with Rosie Kay Dance Company. As assistant project co-ordinator, I am involved in working with service users and members of the public in devising a dance piece which addresses the stigma often surrounding mental health issues.
We will be performing this unique dance piece on July 23rd at The Patrick Centre, Birmingham Hippodrome.
Funded by Legacy Trust UK, Arts Council England, Advantage West Midlands, this is a People Dancing project, part of West Midlands Culture Programme for London 2012
See Louise’s Family of the Grotesque as they seek their way to fame and fortune!
See the videos and place votes.
Louise’s newest work, a trilogy published by Chipmunka Publishing due out in paperback soon, dates to be announced
Tel: 07815 426 606
Cafe Laffacino, Comedy Fest
Margarett Rose Abri Cafe
Twitchen's Topical Roundup, Comedy Fest
Red Lion, Hockley
Funbags, Comedy Fest
LouDeemY Productions presents Laughter Lines Variety Night
Prince of Wales, Cambridge Street, Birmingham
Old Fire station, Highgate
Pilot Light, Scratch Night
The Victoria, John Bright Street
HOPE Charity Event
The Public, West Brom.
National Poetry Slam, hosted by Mark Niel
Newhampton Theatre, Wolverhampton
Monologueslam UK - The Ultimate Actors Showcase Event
The Patrick Centre, Birmingham Hippodrome
Working with Community Vibe CIC, funded by the Arts Council, I will be writing and performing in this exciting new play; research consultations take place March 31st, contact me for further details, performances in September, venue tbc and October, World Mental Health Day at The Chamber of Commerce
The following podcasts are available at Black Country Podcasting for download.
Click the quick links to listen...
Hear some of Louise's poetry including:
Epilogue, Inside Out, The Wrong Path, Dilemma, Feeling Better, Pictures and Celestine's Beans.
A feature on the theme of bullying with extracts from her book, Marooned, published by Kateshill Press.
Louise reads a short story, The Faery Dust Letters. A story about Lilac Rainbow.
Two poems by Louise; Epilogue and Bread.
You are viewing the text version of this site.
Need help? check the requirements page.