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Rich Mix - March 24 to April 28, 2017

Preview by Lizzie Guilfoyle

RICH Mix has a number of productions and activities lined up for the coming month.

Akademi presents Margam – in Venue 1 on Friday, March 24 at 7:30pm. Tickets: £15, £12.

An evening of solo Bharatanatyam by Sooraj Subramaniam, showcasing new choreography woven together with timeless classical repertoire.

Radical Ideas: Anger – in Venue 1 on Saturday, March 25 at 7:30pm. Tickets: £10. Suitable for ages 14+.

A white space and the slow drip of melting ice. Three performers, three women, move in the space. They are all angry. They are not all English.

Crick Crack Club presents The Annual Lying Contest 2017 – in the Main Space on Thursday, March 30 at 8pm. Tickets: £9 on the door, £7 in advance.

An evening of relentless and preposterous absurdity is thrust upon a bewildered world, as fibbers, leg-pullers, prevaricators, and downright liars compete in public to be heralded the ‘Liar’s Laureate’.

Tamasha presents Loyalty and Dissent: A Tamasha Scratch Night – in Venues 1 and 2 on Friday, March 31 at 7:30pm. Tickets: £10, £8 concessions.

An evening of scratch performances inspired by The National Archives little known documents relating to the experiences of South Asian soldiers and seditionists during World War One.

Crick Crack Club presents Crick Crack Club Storytelling Workshop: Intermediate Workshop – in Venue 2 on Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2 from 9:30am to 5:30pm. Price: £150.

A masterclass with Crick Crack Club founder Ben Haggarty.

Rich Mix presents Rich Mix Open – in the whole venue from April 13 to April 17.

Celebrate new beginnings with a weekend of food and fitness in the open air, free family activities and evenings filled with live music, short films and DJs.

Blueprint Theatre Company present Legacy – in Venue 1 on Friday, April 21 at 7:30pm. Free but ticketed.

Housing is a Mental Health issue. This play is a celebration of community and activism and will be part of an artistic and social groundswell to end the Housing Crisis.

Rainbow Dance presents What Kind of Slave Would I Be? – in Venue 1 on Saturday, April 22 at 7:30pm. Tickets: £12, £8 concessions.

A time travelling, kick-ass physical interrogation into a heavy topic through dance. Expect to be challenged and moved.

Rainbow Dance presents What Kind of Slave Would I Be? Dancers/Movement Specialist Workshop – in Venue 1 on Sunday, April 23 at 11am. Tickets: £7.

An adult workshop. Whether you are a dance pro or an archivist interested in performance, the workshops present an opportunity to get involved in Minott’s process’s for creating the work.

There will also be an Open Workshop at 2pm.

Sean Graham’s Foreign Bodies Orchestra present Political Bodies – Triple Bill – in Venue 1 on Friday, April 28 at 7:30pm. Tickets: £12 – £15.

From the Windrush to Brexit, this evening experiences the traumatisation of identity, nationalism and culture caused by fear based propaganda.

There will also be three sessions of Wiggly Jigglers – in the Main Space on March 21, April 4 and April 25 at 1pm. Tickets: £4 (cash). Suitable for ages 0-2.

Give your child the time and space they need to move. A creative movement session with practitioner Jasmine Pasch.

For more information or to book tickets for any of the above, call 020 7613 7498 or visit