A collection of people dressed in white jumpsuits are squating on the floor, ruffling up long strips of yellow paper
Dance & Circus

SOME TIMES

J Neve Harrington
Sat 4 May 2024 , 19:00
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A sensory journey through time, exploring generational themes

From collective beginnings in the unknown to questions raised through individual lifetimes and the scope of memory,  Harrington leans into neurodivergent ways of processing information, taking audiences on a sensory journey through different ways of experiencing time, witnessing changing patterns and relationships.

SOME TIMES draws on formats including exhibition, concert and talk-show, offering possibilities for ways we can be together across different generations in the times we are currently living through; referencing the climate crisis, digital, geological and distinctly human time scales. This piece reaches beyond the human, and into the past and future.

Students from Varndean College, Brighton will make up the community cast that join this performance of SOME TIMES.

An older woman with short grey hair stands with a younger woman with long brown hair, the appear to be wafting some long yellow strips of material
An older woman with grey hair sits on a wooden floor. She is wearing all white and spinning a long yellow piece of material
Standing against a brightly coloured tapestry, a man and a woman hold long yellow pieces of fabric, examining them closely
Kneeling on a wooden floor, a woman is folding long yellow strips of material to form bumps, behind her hands some colourful tapestries
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Behind the Scenes: SOME TIMES

An older woman with short grey hair stands with a younger woman with long brown hair, the appear to be wafting some long yellow strips of material
An older woman with grey hair sits on a wooden floor. She is wearing all white and spinning a long yellow piece of material
Standing against a brightly coloured tapestry, a man and a woman hold long yellow pieces of fabric, examining them closely
Kneeling on a wooden floor, a woman is folding long yellow strips of material to form bumps, behind her hands some colourful tapestries

Co-commissioned by Dance City and South East Dance. Supported by Arts Council England and Bonnie Bird Choreography Fund. Supported through residencies with Siobhan Davies Dance and FABRIC.

Presented in partnership with South East Dance.

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