Past Event


15 Feb 2016

Thoughts of migration, belonging and the fleeting nature of what surrounds us are subtly provoked by this site-responsive promenade piece, which combines contemporary dance, physical theatre and an unusual use of objects and locality. Created by Maresa von Stockert in collaboration with an intergenerational cast of eight, Belonging(s) reflects and integrates with the architecture and landscape of wherever it is being performed, turning local spaces into illusory worlds and inviting audiences to see the familiar in new ways.

Please wear sensible shoes and dress for the weather. We advise you to leave all bags and valuables at home as there is nowhere to leave them and the performance is best experienced without carrying anything. The route is also not suitable for pushchairs.

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