‘Get Off’ Spring Tour Dates
Join dedicated hedonist and self-proclaimed hot-mess Katy Baird as she fearlessly unveils her journey into the pursuit of pleasure.
The human brain registers all pleasures in a similar way – whether a delicious meal, a sexual thrill, a recreational substance, or those little hearts on Instagram… but just how good does all this consumption truly make us feel?
With trademark humour and honesty, Katy offers us a raw and unfiltered glimpse into the human need for distraction, exploring the depths of our desires and questioning the autonomy we have in choosing where we seek it.
Brace yourself for an evening that challenges, captivates and ultimately brings us all closer together.
‘Messy, anarchic and very funny’ ★★★★ The Stage
‘Baird is a brilliant, clever and funny performer’ Exeunt
‘You can just imagine the Arts Council symposium. It would be called “What If Live Art Falls Into The Wrong Hands” and the main topic of discussion would be Katy Baird’ The Scotsman
Reviews for Workshy
Co-commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre, CAMPO, and Transform, with further support from Artsadmin, Tramway, Cambridge Junction and Horizon. Using public funding through the National Lottery from Arts Council England.
Devised, Directed & Performed by Katy Baird
Co-Director Kim Noble
Dramaturgy Pol Heyvaert
Lighting Designer Joe Hornsby
Production Manager James Dawson
Producer Michael Kitchin
Further artistic support from Lucy Hutson, Eirini Kartsaki, Jordan Mckenzie, Eve Stainton, Ivor Macaskill, Kharn Roberts, Mitch and Zeroh.
Special thanks to Serge Nicholson.