Bring your passport tonight as we go on a journey of discovery, meaning and impending doom. Dance and theatre that will make you celebrate our apocalypse.
James Morgan and Charley Fone
This project is by choreographer/performer, James Morgan and theatre-maker/designer, Charley Fone. They work in the spaces between dance, live art and devised theatre and attempt to create work which is both culturally provocative and entertaining. James and Charley have worked to develop a sustainable practice together since they met in 2013, and co-devise each work from conception to performance.
Since graduating in 2012 Ingvild has choreographed and danced for several well-known festivals and choreographers in Europe and also initiated the making of the site specific festival Sånafest in Norway. In 2015 Ingvild received a three year working scholarship from the Norwegian Arts council to continue her work as a freelance artist.
Swapping a stethoscope for the stage, former medical student Rosy Roberts is a performer, acrobat and theatre-maker. After training from Circomedia, specialising in acrobatics, She has since worked as a motion capture stunt monkey in The Jungle Book (directed by Andy Serkis), performed acrobatics in the Big Top at Glastonbury & the Roundhouse and works with Bureau Of Silly Ideas, Joy Magnet, Play People, Icarus & Cirque Bijou as a street performer.
For more from our Performance programme:
Relationships (9th of January) Explore your deepest phobias and question poisonous relationships with lovers, but fear not, you are amongst friends. 3 dance pieces to push your assumptions of friendship, love and your environment. More Info
Contrasts (10th of January) What do corporates have in common with comedy? Politicans with pop culture? Laugh and challenge the more serious aspects of life with a mix of theatre, dance and comedy. More Info
Identity (15th of January) Explore emotions, the very fabric of your identity and the essence of masculinity through music, dance and theatre. More Info
Struggle (8th of January) Poetry and dance take our struggles head on, no matter how big or small. War, class, a night out with the lads, womanhood and more. More Info