Ant Lightfoot’s AM I A TERRIBLE PERSON is a comedic look into the mind of an OCD & depression sufferer. It's a show about failure, messing things up and how it feels to be a 20-something artist with an increasingly intrusive and overbearing mental illness. It's endearing, funny but never shy. Combining elements of stand-up comedy, live art and movement, this piece aims to celebrate the discussion of mental health in a light-hearted but touching manner.
Ant Lightfoot is an artist and performer based in Bristol. He uses comedy, text, the body and strong autobiography to address courageous & taboo subjects. Ant is interested in using humour to discuss difficult, unspoken topics and immerse an audience into endearing & often uncomfortable spaces. Ant graduated from The University of Worcester in Fine Art & Drama in 2014.
“You must reboot the system otherwise the new value will not be in force". Hannah-Joy Spencer is a contemporary dance artist who specializes in dance theatre and multimedia work. In Reboot, she explores personal escapism through video games and comic conventions, as a means to ‘turn it off and turn it back on again’. A touching and funny autobiographical inquiry into whether escapism can unlock creativity and productivity.
Hannah-Joy Spencer is a contemporary dance artist who specialises in dance theatre and multimedia work. She has previously completed her Dance BA (Hons) degree at Bath Spa University. She has gained opportunities to collaborate alongside contemporary dance companies such as EarthFall, Neon Dance and Impermanence Dance Company.