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News Update

As part of various Festivals and residencies over the next year I will be making unconventional appearances in some often unconventional public spaces. You will find details of them below and of any interaction with my work which I may invite you to make.

Lots of New News....

New chances to see me in the flesh...

For the full story of my recent trip to China click here

For A full view of all my works in China




First - Emergency! at the Green Room in Manchester - 26-27th September

Check it out here! and here!

I'll be performing a promenade piece called "17 Kindnesses!" which relates to the human quality of that name. Only 10 people can travel with me round the venue so get there early to sign up.


Second - My film "That Picture" will be shown in London on the night of Friday 14th November at

Rich Mix
35-47 Bethnal Green Road London E1 6LA

as part of the

GFest- gayWise LGBT Arts Festival 2008

in an evening of short films starting at 7.30.(Mine is first)

Here's the full programme......

If you're in LONDON that night do come...!


Third - some of the pictures from my China trip are on show - in China!

They're part of an exhibition of the photographic work of Vincent Assante Di Cupillo who was the photographer I worked with. They will be shown at the South China Interntional Photography Industrial Park in Shenzhen


I will be chairing another discussion of Liverpool Capital Of Culture for Tenantspin at FACT on November 5th - see Latest News for details of my last show there. I will be in my role as Queen Of Culture.

And last - for now!

I have been offered the chance to present a piece as part of Liverpool Hope University's Cornerstone Festival - Here's the Billing.....

Monday 24th November - 7.00 p.m. FREE - Cornerstone studio theatre

Twice Remembered – Two Performances by Mandy Romero


“Kou” is a performance which Mandy developed from her performance-research trip to China in the autumn of 2007. It presents her experiences relating to that journey with projected images and text according to the random order of 32 cards. (32 is a special number in Chinese philosophy and “kou” is the Chinese word for “mouth”).

“Kou” exists in a number of forms. This performance is of “Kou- China Story” and will be preceded by another version, using the same 32 random cards, performed by a group of Hope students in a manner deriving from the Fluxus movement of the 1960’s, 70’s and since.

“The Lost Years”

How do your years of undergraduate study at University affect the person you later become? Mandy explores in this performance the three undergraduate years which most affected her, using artefacts from that period, to address the question, Who Am I Now?
The performance will draw also upon contributions from Hope University students, staff and visitors gathered in the week prior to the performance through an interactive installation.


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