SIARAD, Spoken Word Theatre

  After a sold-out Adelaide Fringe season, SIARAD was invited back to The Goodwood Theatre's Comeback Festival in September. Thanks to Arts South Australia, I had some funds to develop the show. I worked with actor Emma Beech, designer Ali Jones and director Catherine Fitzgerald to make things ping. Sia Duff was our photographer and Reply Creative recorded the show, which will be available for viewing in the near future.      You can read reviews of SIARAD over at InDaily and Artshub .            Post-show, I've been working with actor/comedian/director Steve Sheehan to emphasise the 'theatre' in spoken word theatre, and I'm really excited about where it's going. This show is changing every time I present it, which I love. There are definitely plans for another Comeback in 2022, so watch this space! 

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"Reid's delivery is masterful. This is poetry of the best kind."  Alice Gorman, Adelaide Fringe Review I am so freaking pleased to announce that SIARAD, my one-woman spoken word theatre event, will enjoy a Comeback Season in September at Studio 166, Goodwood Theatre & Studios. With the brilliant assistance and support of theatre-maker Emma Beech, Goodwood Theatre & Studios, Spineless Wonders and Andy Hunt, I'll present 5 shows across 3 days: Friday, September 17th - Sunday, September 19th 2021. Tickets have just been made available through Try Booking. SIARAD pulses with images of stars and stray dogs, highways with no horizon and mothers with fading memories, a blend of poetry and storytelling with a consistent element of humour and surprise.  Here are some responses from those who came to SIARAD at Adelaide Fringe Festival: Such a brilliant show! I loved it!!  I forgot I was even in the theatre. Thank you. If you love words and writing, this is just the pe


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