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Katy Baird, the self-proclaimed ‘hot-mess’, will present the London premiere of her latest work, Get Off, at Battersea Arts Centre from 8 to 25 May 2024. She is an artist who frequently finds herself in bizarre situations of her own making. Her practice is centred around a desire to create a shared space that can be both welcoming and radical. After the success of her debut WorkshyGet Off offers a candid, poignant, and hilarious take on the human experience.


Get Off by Katy Baird at Battersea Arts Centre
Get Off: Credit jma photography (image supplied)

An honest and raw interrogation into our need for distraction, Get Off is an acutely personal one-woman show about excess and consumption. It raises essential questions about the autonomy we possess in choosing where and how we seek fulfilment. From Katy’s trademark humorous perspective, she unveils her journey into the ‘pursuit of pleasure’ as the audience experiences an evening that challenges and aims to bring us closer together. 

Katy Baird
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Get Off: Credit jma photography (image supplied)

Reviews for Workshy:

“Messy, anarchic, very funny” – The Stage.

“Baird is a brilliant, clever and funny performer” – Exeunt.

“You can just imagine the Arts Council symposium. It would be called ‘What If Live Art Fell Into The Wrong Hands’ and the main topic of discussion would be Katy Baird” – The Scotsman.

Katy Baird in Get Off at Battersea Arts Centre
Get Off: Credit jma photography (image supplied)

The show has undergone further development after its premiere at the Transform Festival in Leeds in 2023. Following a two-day run at CAMPO in Ghent in April, we can look forward to its London premiere at Battersea Arts Centre. The show will run for three weeks starting 8 May, followed by a tour in Hastings, Colchester, and Norwich this Autumn. 

Tickets for Get Off are available here:

Katy Baird in Get Off runs from 8 – 25 May at Battersea Arts Centre, Battersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, London SW11 5TN, United Kingdom.

Katy Baird has received commissions from Battersea Arts Centre, Wellcome Trust, The Yard Theatre, Camden People’s Theatre and Duckie amongst others. Since 2016 she has been artist in residence at queer club night Knickerbocker.


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