Meanwhile, may I draw your attention to some upcomings, near and far (in time; both quite near in space, unless you live somewhere I don't).
Next weekend my performance/installation piece Glass House is at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden as part of Deloitte Ignite '09, a mini-fest -- not that mini, actually -- of contemporary performance and live art, curated by Time Out magazine broadly around the theme of 'mirrors'. The piece runs continuously from 1.30 to 4.30 in the Clore Studio, and you can spend all afternoon with us or pop your head round the door for two minutes, it's totally up to you. (Hm, I made that sound more binary than it is. Those were just the two ends of the axis. OK?) The oh-so-high concept is a simple one: four male performers, each in a separate dressing room, with a couple of mirrors and a bunch of female-designated costumes from the Royal Opera House store. The performers are a fairly diverse quartet in terms of age, cultural background and artistic practice, and I'm genuinely fascinated to see what happens -- as I think are they -- when they have this stretch of time simply to work / play with the costumes they've picked out. Full details are opposite: importantly, admission is free but you do need to book a ticket.
So that's next weekend; and then there's a stretch of time where things are currently a bit uncertain -- we find out in a couple of weeks whether we're going to be (a) very busy, or (b) very not, all through October and November... And then towards the end of November there's my bit of this: