A Brisk Wind Whistling Down Twin Oak Drive

“enviable charisma and a disarming honesty”

Damp leaves stirring in the gutters. A car door slamming. A woman waiting in the shadow of a lamppost. A strand of hair catches in her mouth and she chokes a little. Then she turns and her eyes lock with yours.

Interweaving lyric storytelling, character and live foley, Brisk Wind is a visceral musing on nature and stupidity and the wild constancy of the passing of time. This is a show for women who don’t give a f**k,for people who like jazz, for cynics and romantics, for smokers and non-smokers and people who like biscuits.

“enviable charisma and a disarming honesty” (The Lumiere Reader).

Read Jonty's blog interview with Phoebe here.