TONI-DEE PAUL (UK)
My Father’s Kitchen explores home-cooked food and family trees, whilst delving into the stories that unfold in her father’s kitchen, Toni-Dee Paul’s performance My Father’s Kitchen examines the relationship between an 8-year-old girl and her estranged father.
It revisits their journey 12 years on, whilst simultaneously reflecting on hundreds of years of Jamaican history through memory and poetry.
Toni-Dee is a theatre maker, collaborator, writer and performance artist from Leeds. Her practice explores identity politics, memory and culture using auto-biography as stimulus for her work thus far.
Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts (BRIGHTON)