Film Screening: Tatties and Typhoid Ham (UNI-Versal: HAME)
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This is a past event

Tatties and Typhoid Ham is a fusion of live evolving visual art, music, and spoken word.

Tatties and Typhoid Ham is a fusion of live evolving visual art, music, and spoken word, wherein three women from Aberdeen, Diana Buchan, Ruby Stephen, and Pat Robertson, share their thoughts and experiences on being locked down during the typhoid outbreak in 1964 and their concurrent situation during the 2020 Coronavirus outbreak.

They speak about mental health, socio-political divides, and the practical implications with regard to food supplies, finances, family, and social relations. This community engaged production uses film as a form of live performance bringing stories to life that come from living contexts and lived experiences.

It was directed by visual artist Kate Steenhauer and produced in collaboration with writer Sheena Blackhall, composer Maria Sappho, sound mix Annabel Strange, and videographers Alex Cormack and Martina Camatta.

This event features live BSL interpretation.

FREE / Booking required

Venue
Regent Lecture Theatre, University of Aberdeen
Contact

FREE / Booking required

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