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BLOW: A DEAF GIRL'S FIGHT
A Deaf girl fights prejudice in a tough 80s boxing gym. Part play. Part immersive show. Part musical.
A finalist in Pleasance Theatre's Charlie Hartill Award, Blow challenges how we treat d/Deaf and disabled people on stage, screen, and in real life.
A punchy 55 minute show that’s part play, part immersive, and part musical, Blow asks tough questions of the audience about how d/Disabled people are portrayed on stage and screen, and how society treats them in real life.
All shows are BSL interpreted. Tickets at https://vaultfestival.com/whats-on/blow-a-deaf-girls-fight/
First look at the pilot for BLAGGERS - a web series about two roommates who resort to robbery to get quick cash and avoid eviction. Directed by Evan Biancardi BLAGGERS who created it as part of his degree at Royal Holloway.
In this pilot episode, we see Jess undertaking Lucy's throwaway plan
to perform a heist, and she does so with strict precautions. As the
series progresses, however, Jess' sensible nature takes over, as she
becomes unwilling to continue in the girls' life of crime. This
combats with Lucy's desires, which ultimately puts their relationship
to the test.
5 new plays about veganism and sustainability. This socially distanced scratch night will be performed on the 20th and 21st of September at the Tide Tables Cafe in Richmond. Eva will be performing in play Nr. 5 The Meat Counter Lady.
'Questioning her morality, a young woman reminisces about choices available to her and the women who came before.'
"I'm curious about other people. That's the essence of my acting. I'm interested in what it would be like to be you."
Eva trained as an actor from a young age at the Open Acting Academy in Vienna. After turning 18 she moved to London where she found her love for Shakespeare while completing a two months intensive course at LAMDA. In 2018 she graduated from the BA Acting (International) course at East 15 Acting School with a first.
While training Eva found a particular talent for clowning and devising and she is keen to create new work wherever possible.
One of her most rewarding experiences yet was working with Simon Stevens on the larger than life character Steffen Dresner in his play Three Kingdoms.
Eva is currently reworking her critically acclaimed 'period drama' 30 Days of Blood - a comedy about a serial killer on her period. When it was chosen for the International Festival of New Work 2017, Eva was also given the opportunity to direct it and toured it with her international theatre company Theatre Peregrine to Edinburgh where it received five star reviews and and was nominated for the Asian Arts Award and the Brighton Fringe Award as well as being chosen for the John Thaw Initiative at the Actor's Centre.
Since then Eva has been assistant director to Zois Pigadas for the BA Acting (International) Showcase 2018 and Laurence Boswell for his critically acclaimed Beauty and the Beast 2020.