Politics of Love

Award-winning production Politics of Love, was originally conceived of as a performance poetry collection, but was extended by Euton so as to fuse dance and theatre to the rhythms and music of the spoken word and was piloted on stage at Moving with the Times (Pegasus Theatre) in 2014 and then performed at The Old Fire station as part of the Dancin' Oxford 2015 festival.

The book challenges the male perception of love, exploring a man's quest to find, understand and retain it. When love is all consuming and you can’t eat, sleep, think, how do you survive?


Winner: Best Drama at Solo Festival 2014 (7th London International one-man shows).​

Euton Daley MBE is a freelance artist, mentor and project manager who has had over 30 years experience of working in the arts. Having developed and managed Pegasus Theatre, specialising in youth and community work for over 20 years, his focus is now as a consultant, project manager, performance poet and DJ. Euton is also a trustee of the Exuberant Trust.

In 2008, Euton was awarded an MBE for services to art and young people; in 2013 he was awarded a Certificate of Honour for contribution to the young people of Oxfordshire through dance theatre and creative learning and in 2015 Euton became a Fellow of Rose Bruford College. His first book Politics of Love was published in 2015.

Euton's book Politics of Love (including an audio CD) will be on sale at the concert for £5.00 each, with 50% of all sales donated to the trust by Euton. Copies of his book can also be purchased online.


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