Thanks for visiting. My name is Ellie and I make performance.
You can find out more about my work below:
Created with two young people from Easterhouse – Lennon, 11 and Olivia, 9 – Bird Bones is a physical exploration of our relationships to fear and death, and how they change as we get older. It investigates the moments in life when you feel indestructible, and the moments when you feel anything but. It interrogates how we view children and risk in contemporary adult culture, examining our protective instincts, and asking: what are we so afraid of? If dying really is such ‘an awfully big adventure’, why are we so scared of it?
Circus for one person at a time
Ringside. A girl on a trapeze. The ghost of every glamorous girl you’ve ever seen on a trapeze high up in the big top, performing to the roar of the crowd. But she’s up-close in this intimate one on one aerial performance made for your eyes only. You can hear her breathing, watch every muscle twitch, see the bruises as her body performs revolt not acceptance. Lots of sweat, no sequins.
I hope you never love anyone as much as I love you
This is a show that explores problematic love and country music. This is a show about the legends of country music, sell out tours and dying of a broken heart. It is about multiple affairs, cancelled gigs, falling to pieces and line dancing.