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.
London-based actor and theatre-maker. In recent years he has focused primarily on pioneering postdramatic solo projects, featured in a range of chamber theatres, non-conventional venues as well as projects devised for site-specific events across London, the UK and in Europe. He devises his own scripts, sound, lighting, and sets, and his performances have been remarked for their cutting-edge combination of speech, visual and physical theatre.
Artist Director of “Scary Shit” outrageous, humorous and extremely physical dance/theatre piece which puts the human condition under a microscope. From jumping out of planes to cotton wool phobias, this piece looks at human obstacles and how we can visit and challenge our fears.
Protocol is a London-based dance company dedicated to creating thrilling, bold and thought-provoking work. At the heart of Protocol is innovation and risk. The group are constantly experimenting with movement to create fresh and dynamic pieces of theatre. Protocol’s creative fluidity means that they don’t subscribe to any one traditional form of dance. The group use a fusion of techniques, including street styles such as Popping, Hip Hop, House, Krump and physical theatre to create their own unique language of movement.
For more from our Performance programme:
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
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
Exploration (16th of January) 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. More Info