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Kilter Theatre & University of Bath present

The Cubicle

A theatrical space to ponder & play with cutting-edge research on body image.

You've got a perfect body. Yes, you! Your eye-lashes catch your sweat; you gag when you swallow a fish-bone; you laugh when you get tickled. Step inside The Cubicle Cafe - a space where you're perfect just the way you are.
Developed in collaboration with University of Bath Body Image Researchers, The Cubicle hosts a programme of approaches to build resilience to marketed ideals of "the perfect body". It doesn't matter if you're tall, short, bulging, skinny, hairy, bald, fresh-faced or wrinkly - you can still enjoy all your body has to offer! Sing! Stretch! Dance! Laugh! Dream! Breathe!...

At the heart of the pop-up shop is a private walk-in Changing Cubicle as you would find at the back of any High Street Clothes Shop. However, this is a cubicle with a difference: the site of a short compelling participatory performance starring hiccups, toe-nails, goosebumps & hairy armpits.
Kilter have a long-standing reputation as theatrical pioneers in Bath, working with a range of communities & partners to deliver life-affirming, provocative performances. With artwork by Hollie-Ann Hart. Kilter are Winners of a Bath Life Award 2018!

Dr Melissa Atkinson, lead Body Image Researcher at the University of Bath, studies & develops world-leading community resilience programmes aimed to change the focus from Body Aesthetic to Body Functionality.
Watch this space for more details about guest speakers, artists & practitioners...

The Cubicle is part of a year-long collaboration supported by the Public Engagement Unit at University of Bath.
See www.kiltertheatre.org for more details of The Cubicle Programme.

Open 12 noon to 10pm
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Venue: FAB 1, 94 Walcot Street

Performances

Thursday 31st May

Price: Pay What You Can
Start time: 12:00  
Extra info: Details at kiltertheatre.org
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Friday 1st June

Price: Pay What You Can
Start time: 12:00  
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Saturday 2nd June

Price: Pay What You Can
Start time: 12:00  
Extra info: Details at kiltertheatre.org
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Sunday 3rd June

Price: Pay What You Can
Start time: 12:00  
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Check www.kiltertheatre.org for details & confirmation of events.

Tickets available on the door

There will be a programme of events associated with The Cubicle: workshops, talks, exhibitions. Details of these - well worth looking at - can be found at www.kiltertheatre.org/projects_workshops/the-cubicle/