November 25-26

Way-Losing Shenzhen Fringe Festival

December 01

China Quick Fix (talk) Green Wave Art Hong Kong

December 02-03

Hyper Heritage CCCD Hong Kong

December 03

China Quick-Fix (workshop) Green Wave Art Hong Kong

December 04-06

International Symposium on Practice-as-Research Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

December 15-16

China Quick Fix (Keynote Address)  ICAUP Conference 2017 Hangzhou

December 16

DINNER (performance) AMNUA Museum, Nanjing University of the Arts

January 31 - February 09

Gendered movement workshop Xiamen

February 17

The Tour of All Tours London

July 3-6

IATIS Conference Hong Kong Baptist University

Summer 2018 (dates tbc)

Way-Losing Three-day non-stop tour (UK)

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Public Workshop

This workshop marks the beginning of a collaboration with Nanjing University of the Arts and it will develop upon the theme of statues and immobility in live performance.

Hyper Heritage

This performance tour travels through the real and imaginary heritage of Hong Kong, as it is featured in cinema. Made with the assistance of MA students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, it was first presented in the Saving the Past for the Present Festival at the Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre and on the streets of Sham Shui Po and Shek Kip Mei.

click to read full review (in Chinese)

The Wealth of Nations

This is a new work in development which inscribes Adam Smith’s classic economic treatise from 1776 onto a contemporary Chinese shopping mall district. Presented in the form of an audio tour, this is a form of collage that allows both the text to offer a commentary on the site and the site to inform our understanding of this seminal text. This is a free event but reservation is necessary via the Contact page. Xinjiekou, Nanjing City Centre


Way-Losing a tour the objective of which is to get everybody, the guide included, lost. 



Expressions of interest are now being taken for the Three-Day Completely Lost Tour that will take place over the summer of 2018 in the UK. Exact times and terms will be finalised in the Spring.

Reading the Internet: On Migration

Bill contributed a video interview, recorded on the streets of Nanjing, for the event Reading the Internet. This was in response to questions posed by curator Alessandra Cianetti such as:

Bill, in our email exchange you mentioned that for you Brexit started five years ago because the income-based law for British citizens married to non-UK ones does not allow you to move back to the UK with your Chinese partner. This has suddenly built walls that you were probably not expecting. How has this been impacting on you both as an individual and practitioner?

The full interview is available online on Something Other


A short review and description of tour style performances created 2013-16.

The Alternative Tour

This is a free audio piece that has recently been made available for the village of Littlebredy in Dorset. It navigates the listener around the village by describing a series of semi fictional tours that reflect both on the process of leading and being led and on the village itself.


The Emancipated Tourist a paper on the subject of reimagining tourism through art is currently available to view and comment upon.

The Tour of All Tours blog remains very active with a number of recent writing about Brussels, Nanjing and Xiamen.