(B)old is a new festival profiling artists aged 65 years and over, who are established in their practise and recognised nationally or internationally for their work. (B)old celebrates great artists who stand the test of time, and doesn't shy away from the issues facing them. In industries that often celebrate and cater to the young, when are you truly 'in your prime'? What impact has age had on your artistic practice, and how do you stay relevant?
Headliners include: Linton Kwesi Johnson, the father of 'reggae poetry'; dancer and choreographer, Germaine Acogny; Richard Alston, choreographer and Artistic Director of The Place; anarchic dancer-performer, Liz Aggiss; Cheryl Campbell performing the latest monologue from writer Juliet Ace and more to be announced.
(B)old goes on sale to Members on Monday 19 March and on general sale on Wednesday 21 March.
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(B)old is generously supported by The Baring Foundation.