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Live Drafts: All Good Artists Are Dead

2 July, 9pm

WHO’S AFRAID OF ANTON CHEKHOV?

A God-fearing idealist, an aggressive anarchist and a woman who yearns with all of her heart for a man to love her.

Who’s Afraid of Anton Chekhov harks back to the romantic notion that artists are “truth see-ers” or “beacons of hope” and subjects it to 2019 Shoreditch, where three people are trying to live in an overpriced and dirty art pit in East London.

…but here’s the question: Is there a role for the notion of blabla in a postmodern metropolis, or is it a naive dream of the (upper) middle classes?

15+ | This performance contains smoking (herbal cigarettes).
Supported by Arts Council England

 

Credits


  • Ella Gamble
  • Andrea Giordani
  • Dina Gordon
  • Nadia Lamin

About All Good Artists Are Dead


all good artists are dead is a performance collective made up of Dina Gordon, Ella Gamble, and
Andrea Giordani and are also one of the New Diorama Theatre’s Emerging Companies for 2019/20.

Dina Gordon holds a BA in Acting from East 15 Acting School and has a degree in classical ballet and
contemporary dance from The Royal Swedish Ballet School in Stockholm. She currently teaches
contemporary dance and classical ballet to young adults, adults and children.

Ella Gamble holds a BA in Acting from East 15 Acting School and an MA in Text and Performance from
Birkbeck University and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She also works as associate producer at
The Bread and Roses Theatre.

Andrea Giordani holds a BA degree in acting and puppetry from The Art Academy of Osijek, Croatia
and an MA in Acting from East 15 Acting School. She is a DJ and music producer, part of ‘Minimal Force
Records’ a techno label that holds a residency at Cafe 1001 on Brick Lane. She also composes music for
film, theatre and video games.

Nadia Lamin holds a BA in acting from East 15 Acting School. She is currently filming for ‘HOSTS’ by Dark Fable Media, playing a lead role. Nadia has appeared at The Bush Theatre, Theatre 503, Arts Theatre London & Pleasance Theatre and features in Patrick Ryder’s short film ‘HUMAN’ for which she won Best Actress.