Some Things | Vol. 116: What's that you say? A ground-breaking international experiment in reimagining theatre during a climate crisis?
We’re back with Vol. 116 of Some Things, our weekly edit of culture, creativity & other things worth sharing.
Miranda Rose Hall’s darkly funny, life-affirming play is also an eco-conscious one, powered by cyclists who pedal live on stage throughout the performance, and none of the cast, crew or materials travel with it. via The Barbican
The final chapter! via YouTube
A fascinating documentary on the King and Queen of Rock ’n’ Roll via BBC iPlayer
We love the animated text in this video for Ren’s brilliant track ‘Humble’ feat Eden Nash via YouTube
And finally, The Chavarrias are a queer, Mexican-American designer label with working-class routes who estimate that 60 percent of each of their most luxe items from SS23 were delicately made by hand rather than a machine. Check out this interview that demonstrates why this label is the antithesis of the virtue-signalling campaigns that plague the industry via HIGHSNOBIETY
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