Frank ‘El Inglés’ Evans was a British-born bullfighter.
The son of a Salford butcher, he left the UK in 1964 for Spain.
He became a professional matador in 1966.
Bullfighting is an immersive, theatrical installation: open on weekends and punctuated by performances. The one-man show takes its starting point from the true story of Frank Evans, layered so densely with Cole’s own fiction that the truth becomes impossible to decipher.
This show uses storytelling to engage with a collective consciousness, as humour aids an investigation into the appropriation of borrowed culture.
Supported by Glasgow International.
Drop in: 10am – 5pm
Sat 9 April – Sun 24 April
Drop in: Sat – Sun, 10am – 5pm
Performances: Sat – Sun, 3pm
142-146 Crownpoint Rd,
Glasgow, G40 2AE
Rail: Bridgeton (8 minute walk), Bellgrove (11 minute walk)
TBC, please contact 0141 276 8384 for further information.