Performance artist first appearing at Glasgay! in 1995
First appearing at Glasgay! in 1995, performance artist Adrian Howells has since appeared at the festival in 2000, 2003, 2004 and 2005. Widely known for his interpretation of “Adrienne” in productions such as ADRIENNE’S DIRTY WASHING EXPERIENCE and SALON ADRIENNE, Howells was Artist in Residence at the Arches in Glasgow.
Adrian Howells is a performance artist with an interest in creating work that promotes intimacy and genuine exchange with an audience, often in a one-to-one, autobiographical or confessional context, in a range of non-traditional performance spaces. Between 2006 and 2009, Adrian was the recipient of an AHRC Creative Fellowship in the Department of Theatre, Film and TV Studies at Glasgow University, where his practice-led research was engaged with looking at issues of intimacy and risk in the one-to-one confessional performance practice.