Get ready for two weeks of dance, theatre and music as the Print Room hosts the Devils Festival. The festival aims to champion upcoming talents from the diverse fields of performing arts which can only be found in Notting Hill.
Martin Crimp revives his satirical play Fewer Emergencies after its debut at the Royal Court Theatre in Sloane Square back in 2005. Directed by Dan Ayling, the play consists of three short dramas, each portraying a dark side of humanity revealing “a world of fear, rage and emptiness.”
Jeff James takes the director's helm for Swan Song, another performance that encourages the audience to reflect on their lives; the choices we make past, present and future and relationships.
Singer and musician Petra Jean Philipson also encourages audience participation, presenting a light installation exploring the healing properties of certain accompanied with her unique sound.
And to round off the programme, Kanaval is a dramatical dance inspired by the mysterious and eccentric Haiti's Carnival.
Two shows will run everyday and all shows can be seen every Saturday. For further information and specific dates, visit their website
Devils Festival 18th June - 2nd July, The Print Room
, Notting Hill, 34 Hereford Road London W2 5AJ.