The Boon Companions set to celebrate the feminism waves of the 70s (and beyond) at The Bella Union

It’s not often that we give you news about an anonymous art collective, but sometimes, the ideas they present are the most fascinating around in the art world.

The Boon Companions are just that, and in fact identify as a “romantic anonymous art collective” which sure does pique the interest a little bit more. The even more quadruple-fantastic thing about the collective is that they enjoy celebrating and making art for your soul, heart and mind.

Their latest presentation is celebrating all things female. I Am Woman aims to look at the feminism wave of the 70s and the great things that have been achieved because of it. Their immersive performances have in the past been theatrically wonderous – The Wedding Reception, Paris Salon, and Goodbye Wartime were all that travelled you to a time where things were simple and magnificent.

Who is performing? Well, we can’t say of course, but we can mention that the collective feature so many creative individuals from literature, circus, radio and comedy, so really it’s a delightful salad mix of talent that’ll get themselves on the Bella Union stage.

The Boon Companions are performing at the Bella Union Bar in Trades Hall. Get tickets here. Get more info on any upcoming events and other awesome quips at their Facebook page too.

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