So here’s some excitement. I’ve got some tour dates coming up for I like the way you wear your hair, a piece I made earlier in the year. If you’re in London, Cardiff or Exeter I’d love you to come check it out.
I like the way you wear your hair is a true story about being a teenager. Me, an iPod and some projected drawings. I’m excited about it. It’s a piece I love doing, and I’m looking forward to sharing it again. Here are some thoughts I wrote on making it (and exploring autobiography in general) when I did the piece at the lovely Ausform Platform in Bristol back in April.
Here’s the marketing bit:
“Evocative autobiography and indie flick tales from Texas.”
David Micklem, Artistic Director Battersea Arts Centre
“Wohead’s performance and projected drawings set the work apart from most in the usually unoriginal genre of teen-romance.”
Weston Studio, Wales Millennium Centre
£8-£12 (first 30 tickets sold only £8, so book ‘em quick!)
The Bike Shed Theatre
I like the way you wear your hair was made with the support of BAC, The Basement and Camden People’s Theatre and is touring with the Support of Arts Council England.