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Episode 11

Published on:

5th Oct 2021

Work Is Production

Carrieanne Vivianette recorded 14/09/2021

Carrieanne is a school teacher, freelance theatre maker and fine artist who is currently focused on the management and development of her Leeds-based theatre company CVIVArts Theatre. The company is working on an Arts Council England funded project titled What Are You Hungry For? A research and development project with a final production to be performed in 3 Leeds venues. You can find the performance details for the show and links to book below.

Creating and delivering her own solo performance work since 2005, she has also worked collaboratively with other performance artists and established theatre collectives. Now, she is bringing all her prior experience into her current 'adventure' as a producer and director of her own company. Currently on maternity leave from teaching, being a new mum and working on her theatre project has become her daily work - alongside oil painting, tea drinking, exercising and chocolate eating.

What Are You Hungry For? Performances:
31/10/2021: Slung Low at The
To book for Slung Low 

13/11/2021: Seven Arts Centre
To book for Seven Arts Centre 

30/11/2021: Left Bank Leeds 
To book for Left Bank Leeds


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About the Podcast

Working Hours
The Story of A City at Work in the 2020s
What do you do?
Western Studios, Leeds presents Working Hours: a podcast series surveying the residents of Leeds on their thoughts and feelings on the topic of work. If you are in Leeds or from Leeds then help me to reach my target of interviewing 1000 Loiners over the 2020s asking them the 2nd question that everybody asks everybody. What do you do?
The purpose of the project is to create a depository of knowledge about labour and employment across this pivotal decade in the human story. Leeds, the largest city in the largest county on the UK mainland is a former imperial textile centre and is now a major UK financial centre. This series will document the city’s experiences through Brexit, creeping technological unemployment, new and ongoing resource wars, the ongoing removal of the welfare state and accelerating ecological emergency.
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