Thursday, 10 November 2011

'The Wolf and the Angry Young Man' @ Folly for a Flyover 23-24/07/11

A Site specific performance made for a motorway underpass as part of Create Festivals' Folly for a Flyover in Hackney Wick in association with the Barbican . For this we took inspiration from our surroundings and the myth of the she wolf.

Vintage Festival @ The Southbank 29/07/11

Curated by I Had Two Much To Dream Last Night, Emergent Behaviour with Lemon Curd Lighting performed at the Leisure Lounge at the Royal Festival Hall alongside the Amarylas, Thee Vicars and Speak and the Spells.

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Light and Dark Series Pt. 1

SKIPtheatre's Smash Lab, 07/06/11@ The Book Club

Inspired by 60’s psychedelia, Emergent Behaviour present their work in progress conducting an investigation into aesthetics versus functionality. An exploration of light and costume using the physical body. A series of restrictions creating tensions of physicality for the performers and how this is emotionally transferred to its audience.

This work was testing out ideas for a piece that will be performed as part of Vintage Festival at the Southbank.

Monday, 14 March 2011

Emergent Behaviour Presents: Dead Beat Holiday

Nuclear War has left London Town ravaged. The few survivors wander the streets in desperation. Through the darkness there is one remaining glimmer of hope that keeps the peoples morale up. For one night only the Nest will be transformed into a Post-Apocalyptic Holiday Camp complete with all your favourite pastimes. Come one come all to have a good time knees up at our expense and join in with old fashioned community spirit – albeit a little hazardous to your health…

A night of toxic interactive performances, DJ’s and music hosted by Emergent Behaviour.


Bands: Billericay Boy, Marmeduke Dando, Naseby Fox

DJs: God Don’t Like it, SBBS DJ, Patrick 18ct Love Affair.

Performance Artists: Emergent Behaviour, Laura Hemming-Lowe, Elena Colman, Hannah Pring, Elise Colledge, Andy Watson, Gareth Ellis, Natalie Williams, Rosie Amelia Devine, Robert Monk.