Image: Simon James and Andy Berriman, who will perform Krapp’s Last Tape by Samuel Beckett
If you’ve ever been to Newcastle’s Broadacre House, then you might have noticed that it’s buzzing with activity, housing arts organisations, charities and even a few creative workshops.
Their latest endeavour, a three day residency beginning on Wednesday 7th December entitled Pas Moi, is a pay what you decide site-responsive exhibition led by Monkfish Productions, who are based within the utilitarian environs of Broadacre House. The organisation, alongside a group of artists including sound artist Helen Collard, actor Simon James and director Andy Berriman, will be performing a series of site-specific works. Some of the highlights include the basement car park playing host to a performance of Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th, while on Friday 9th December shambolic art band Stabbing Les invite you to their staff Christmas party (completely with hats and cheesy biscuits).