Line up for PILOT Night as part of Fierce festival

Fierce PILOT Night Line Up

We are delighted to announce the line up for the next PILOT Night! Co-PILOTed by Fierce Festival the next PILOT Nights will take place at the Stan’s Cafe venue @ AE Harris, Monday 16th October at 7pm. Kicking off the Fierce 2017 festival this promises to be a night of raucous fun and look out for a glimpse of X-Factor’s finest!

We are excited to welcome these fantastic artists to perform their work-in-progress pieces

-Speaking in the (oppressor’s) tongue – Selina Bonelli 

– Paris Hasn’t stopped Burning – Danni Ebanks-Ingram 

– Dorian Electra – Dorian Electra 

– Thom Tom-Thom Tom 

–  I’m Right, You’re Wrong – Ginny Lemon and Meating People is Easy

 Homecoming – Benedict Stewardson

– Here Comes The Sun – Joseph Morgan Schofield
See these new ideas from some of the UK’s most exciting theatre makers, and stick around afterwards  to meet the artists and let them know what you thought.

Keep an eye on our Facebook Page and Twitter for more information about the artists and the pieces they will be presenting in October

Tickets are now on sale and you can book them here:

The Co-Pilot for this event is Fierce Festival.

Since 1997 Fierce has been capturing the imagination of the city with memorable public artworks such as the ‘Birdman of Birmingham’ – a giant nest with live-in birdman installed on the Bullring Rotunda and Luke Jerram’s soaring Sky Orchestra which put the CBSO Orchestra in hot air balloons as well as many legendary dark and messy parties of provocative performance art and avant garde cabaret that have earned them a reputation as one of the most daring and fun arts organisations in the country.

Performance date: Monday 16th October, 7pm, Stan’s cafe venue @ AE Harris  Northwood Street, Birmingham B3 1SZ

PS look out for 2 great theatre shows at Fierce Festival 2017: The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein – Notorious,
Pulling from the myth of Medusa, Nicki Minaj and her own legendary self(ie), The Famous examines pop culture’s take on the ‘female monster’.
Friday 20th, 8pm, Saturday 21st, 2pm
Birmingham REP Studio
More info and tickets: VanhaverbekeMultiverse,
In CAMPO’s latest hit show, singing and dancing, a living colour wheel is born. Can he escape this tsunami of words and objects? Is he absorbed by all this mess? Or are they actually the tools he needs to keep ahead of the flow?
Saturday 21st, Sunday 22nd, 2pm,
mac Birmingham
More info and tickets:
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