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Precarity Centre, £88.45 | Demi Nandra

10 March 2016

Demi has taken anti-depressants for the last 2 years

Demi has worked for the last 2 years

Demi tried to get employment support allowance

Demi tried to get employment support allowance because she was too ‘unwell’ to work full time

Demi did get employment support allowance

“Can I have a sick note for 6 months to continue my employment support allowance?”

“That’s not a good idea, we need to get you back to work”

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£88.45 is a live performance talk about labour and mental health. It is about Demi being worried. She is worried, her friends are getting fired, her Uncle is forced to stop working and a lover is crying at work. Demi is worried about them and about herself.

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Demi Nandhra is an artist and performer based in Birmingham. Her work takes on an interdisciplinary approach, exploring performance, installation, film and text. She is currently developing a body of work that references mental health.

Demi has worked with Fierce Festival, Month of Performance, Art- Berlin, English Theatre Berlin, Tin Box Theatre Company, macBirmingham, Battersea Arts Centre and the REP Birmingham.

www.deminandhra.com

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