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  • Emergency Chorus


    Emergency Chorus is the collaboration between Ben Kulvichit and Clara Potter-Sweet. Since 2017, we have been making performance which straddles theatre, live art and dance. Our performances collide disparate source materials to form collages of text, choreography, music and image. We are interested in the continuing state of crisis we find our world in, and the difficult task of imagining and creating radical futures. Our work often feels ambiguous, playful, fragile, strange, appealing and troublesome.

    Recipient of CPT and Old Diorama's 2023 Developed on Drummond Street commission for their project Town Criers.

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  • Emergency Chorus CPT shows

    Emergency Chorus presents

    Past Works Recycling Plant

    Sun 13th Nov at 7.15pm
    A mixed-bill night for recycled performance, curated by Emergency Chorus. Margin-scribblings, forgotten experiments, first works, retrospectives. Out with the new, and in with the old!
    Blythe Brett
    Emergency Chorus presents

    Ways of Knowing

    Thu 30 Nov - Sat 2 Dec at 9pm
    A descent into darkness, a cloud of unknowing, a startling revelation. A choreographic collage of methods for predicting the future, from the makers of Landscape (1989).

    Blog Posts by Emergency Chorus

    A person in a red caving suit clambering up the rock wall of a cave. Another person is disappearing through a crack in the rock ahead of them.
    Posted: 07-11-2023 Tag: artist blogs

    Going Underground To Discover The Future

    Emergency Chorus premiere Ways of Knowing, a new show about predicting the future and knowing the unknowable at Camden People’s Theatre, 30 November - 02 December. The show takes significant inspiration from cave exploration. In this conversation, Clara Potter-Sweet and Ben Kulvichit discuss their interest in journeying underground and their research-led making process.

    "CPT is as a beacon of fringe goodness, a theatre that champions diversity, inclusivity and the best kind of weird uniqueness"