The Cut is delighted to be back and welcoming audiences into the theatre once again. They are holding live events, which will be live-streamed and hosted over Zoom as well, so there’s something for everyone.
The Cut Digital Archive is a series of interviews and talks with artists that have exhibited at The Cut. Kasia Posen, herself a local artist, talks to 10 artists to discuss their practice and studio life. Fourth in the series is Gina Medcalf, who exhibited in the Malt Room Gallery in 2009. You can find the videos of the previous talks with Coco Crampton, Bill Jackson, and Fabian Peake on The Cut YouTube channel. On Zoom on Friday 16 July at 6pm.
Saturday 17 July 2021 at 7:30pm sees local musician Jack Pescod on the stage with Blue Light, a solo piano and Tibetan sound bowl concert of Neo Classical improvisation – a celebration of love and connection in this time of re-emergence. The £15 ticket price includes a free download of the concert.
Cut Conversations are delighted to welcome Esther Freud to a live event at The Cut in the theatre on Sunday 25 July 2021 at 3:00pm. Esther will be on stage, in person at The Cut, talking to journalist and writer Catherine Larner about her work and life and latest book ‘I Couldn’t Love you More’. She is also the author of Hideous Kinky, The Wild, Gaglow, and The Sea House. ‘I Couldn’t Love you More’ is an unforgettable novel of mothers and daughters, wives and muses, secrets and outright lies. Copies are available from The Halesworth Bookshop, 42 Thoroughfare, Halesworth, Suffolk, IP19 8AR, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The latest exhibition is The sorting table by Clare Jarrett, A series of casts which emerged through working with new materials and processes during 2020-21. Clare tells us, ‘Casting, like a recollection or a memory, can reveal something unexpected, inviting unforeseen connections and resonances. I often have a sense of profound shock and excitement as I unpack new work.’ Dates: Thursday 1st July – Saturday 14th August, with a Preview on Saturday 3 July, 12 – 2pm.
To book a for a ticket for these events, live-streams and zooms go to www.newcut.org.