Sullied wins Brighton Fringe incoming touring bursary


This year’s winner is Sullied by Kristi-Leigh Gresse. Photo: Jerome Stoffels.

"What do we do in a world where human tolerance and experience is so conditioned to endure abuse, suffering and pain. Using dance and spoken word this piece dives deep into the world of rape culture, sexuality, gender identity, race polarisation and religion. Sullied challenges us to deconstruct the politics around our bodies and interrogates the effects that patriarchal ideologies, rape and misogyny has on the human psyche."

Gold Ovation Award winner at the National Arts Festival South Africa 2018.

Sullied will be performed at The Spire.

Louise ArnellBursary