If There’s Not Dancing at the Revolution, I’m Not Coming

This is a work to wake us up a little. This is a party. This is a poem. This is a call to arms.

This is a work to wake us up a little. This is a party. This is a poem. This is a call to arms.

If There’s Not Dancing at the Revolution, I’m Not Coming is a rich contemporary performance collage of film scripts, pop songs, elaborate costumes, comedy, dance and live art, all stretched, teased, shattered and reassembled in order to challenge the treatment of women’s bodies in popular culture. If There’s Not Dancing uncovers the collective fantasies underneath these bodies, intervenes and explodes them into feminist confetti.

Created and performed by Julia Croft Directed by Virginia Frankovich

✮✮✮✮ - The List UK

“It's audacious writing, liberating direction and all embodied in a simply outstanding performance.” - Theatreview

Julia Croft’s Power Ballad has been selected to travel to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Your support of this season will help make it happen!

Read Jonty's interview with Julia here.