Talia Randall cites her influences as dyslexia, 1980s pop culture and global injustices. Talia is a multidisciplinary Performance Artist based in London, with roots in spoken word. Her work explores speaking the unspeakable; making connections and sharing moments that many find difficult to talk about. These may be earth shattering experiences like loss, grief and conflict or the everyday exchanges. For her time in Peterborough, she will re-develop her show Bloodlines, originally commissioned by The Roundhouse, which mixes Garage MCing, communist manifestoes and Hulk Hogan speeches, working with set and sound designers.