Salome Wagaine

Takeaways

Friday 13–Sunday 29 May.

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Takeaways is an exploration of Norwich’s casual dining past and present, delivered as a series of standalone menus. These nuggets on the city’s cultural history will be presented as the takeaways they are paying homage to: thin double sided, often glossy print outs that wouldn’t be out of place on the fridge door.

 

About the artist

Salome Wagaine is a writer and producer based in London, who has worked at a number of arts organisations including Cambridge Junction, Diverse Actions and Julie’s Bicycle. In her independent work as a producer, she focuses on developing new work for the stage and collaborating with early-to-mid career artists. In 2019 she founded Broccoli, a production company nurturing lesbian, bisexual and queer women making work for stage, page and beyond.

Find out more about Salome Wagaine here.

 

Creative Individuals Norfolk #2: Posters Pamphlets and Other Paraphernalia was made possible thanks to public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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