European Premiere

Justin Shoulder (Sydney)


Tuesday 15 October 2019, 7.45pm

Warwick Arts Centre, University of Warwick
Coventry, CV4 7AL United Kingdom
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Presented in Partnership with Warwick Arts Centre and Coventry Biennial.

60 mins
Sold out
Justin Shoulder, Carrion

Credit Alex Davies

Justin Shoulder, Carrion

Credit Alex Davies

What does it mean to be human in an era when our destructive influence over the planet is rapidly redefining the laws of nature? This magnetic performance by Justin Shoulder introduces Carrion: a post-human spectre with the ability to shapeshift into multiple forms and speak multiple languages.

Drawing on queer and bicultural ancestral mythologies, Carrion transports us into a place where the distant past collides with the far future, alerting us to the changes that already lie within ourselves.

See Carrion as part of our Gala Opening double bill alongside Davy Pieter’s How Did I Die at Warwick Arts Centre on Tuesday 15th October. Our special price double bill ticket includes a free return bus leaving Birmingham at 6pm from Minerva Works and returning after the last show. Double bill ticket available here.

Lead Artist – Justin Shoulder
Composer – Corin Ileto
Mentor + Co-choreographer – Victoria Hunt
Costume & Set Design – Matthew Stegh & Justin Shoulder
Design Assistance – Anthony Aitch, Marty Jay, Nick Wishart
Lighting Design – Benjamin Cisterne
Sound Mastering – Bob Scott
Stage & Production Manager – Niccolo Gallio
Producer – Jason Cross for Insite Arts

‘Mesmerising and tender, elemental and fantastical, Carrion is a rite, a birth, a speculation – morphing the ‘natural’ in a unique vision of physical performance possibilities.’

– Australian Arts Review

Fierce Says

Justin is our favourite club performer. We’ve been following his incredible work (and costumes!) on Instagram for years and now he’s made a brilliant theatre show too. We’re thrilled to finally bring him over for his major European debut performances. See him now before he becomes a household name.


Tuesday 15 October 2019


Warwick Arts Centre, Theatre

£16 – £14

Sold out!