Kazuko Hohki

Kazuko Hohki is a London based artist, singer, musician, animator, director, performer, storyteller and theatre maker.

Originally from Japan, Kazuko moved to London from Tokyo in 1978. She founded London based Japanese cult-alternative pop performance group Frank Chickens with whom she has released 5 albums, toured worldwide and continues to perform with in London, most recently at the ICA, Royal Festival Hall, Barbican Centre, Royal Opera House and regularly appears as part of London’s annual Japan Matsuri festival. In 2010 Frank Chickens were awarded the Edinburgh Comedy God Award.

Following over 2 decades of success in music, film and TV, Kazuko has been making theatre since the late 1990s. Fusing idiosyncratic storytelling with multimedia, film, animation, interventions and original music, Kazuko has created several full-length performance works commissioned by UK venues including Battersea Arts Centre, MAC, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Bluecoat Arts Centre, Chelsea Theatre and Farnham Maltings.

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