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01.09.2023 – 15.09.2023


Presented by Kit Green, Produced by Split Second

A punchy and provocative reworking of Bartholomew Fair by Ben Jonson (1614) from Olivier award-winning artist Kit Green.

1133 is a new fashion brand being launched 890 years after the first Bartholomew Fair; a four-day London Burning Man that ran for over 700 years, where you could both enjoy a hanging and gorge on delicious meat. Join the premiere catwalk show in iconic historical London locations. Like the 1614 play this is a state of the nation piece, presented through a high-fashion filter.


1 September: 3:30pm - Festival Gardens

2 September: 1:30pm & 3:30pm - Festival Gardens

8 September: 3:30pm - 100 Liverpool Street

9 September: 1:30pm & 4pm - 100 Liverpool Street

14 September: 3pm - Leadenhall Market

15 September: 3pm & 5pm - Leadenhall Market

Duration: 60 minutes

What to expect: Immersive experience / Theatre / Interactive

Poster of a person wearing a pink wig and carrying a golden feather on a blue background with the date 1133 on the top left corner

Photography: Darren Evans / Design: Ayayay Studio

Watch the show trailer:

About Kit Green

Kit Green (they / them) is a non-binary multi-award winning performer and writer who has appeared all over the world, and works for the biggest cultural institutions in the UK, and has nice hair. Previous works include The Home, FeelPlay, Prurience, and Office Party. ‘Making provocative entertainment with an audience not for an audience is what I’m all about - whether in theatre, music or broadcast - I’m all about communal joy and the urgent need for collective action.’ - Kit Green.

‘Kit Green, a presence at once charismatic, commanding and thoroughly comedic.’ - New York Times

‘Part politician, part shaman, part sociologist, part healer, but you’ll happily only focus on the fact that they are an entertainer.’ - The Guardian

‘This is the kind of art that leaves its mark on you. Unnerving, and uncomfortably compelling.’ - The Times on Prurience

‘An entertainment maverick.’ - The Guardian

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