Full Beam is the name for participatory performance projects by Lizzie Philps, including theatre, installations, site-based and walking events.
The work is playful and irreverent, and explores the sensory, the landscape, and the ways audiences can create and negotiate meaning. Full Beam makes performance to address the limitations of language, has a fascination with identity politics, and a desire to illuminate and document the performative in daily life. These are recurring themes in the company’s practice.
Full Beam is currently developing work around the experience of being a new mother, asking audiences to consider the personal geographies and the intimate (and simultaneously very public) performances associated with this role.