Sat 16 Oct
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Pascal Theatre Company have been interviewing women whose voices are usually not heard. These have been edited to create dynamic short scripts online. Which you can read here.
Extracts from these are set to exciting choreography by London Contemporary Dance School second year BA students from The Place premiering at Bloomsbury Festival. Audiences will be thrilled by a variety of stimulating vignettes in a site-specific performance of text, song and new dance.
How does a nation tell its history? We are used to traditional, accepted narratives but what happens when you ask the woman in the street -Where did your family come from? What was the key moment of your life that changed you? What is it like being an outsider in England?
Pascal Theatre Company has been interviewing women whose voices are usually not heard. These have been edited to create dynamic short scripts online. Stories will be set to new choreography by students from London Contemporary Dance School, The Place and premiered at Bloomsbury Festival. In exciting performances, taking place at St Pancras Church, Euston, audiences will have the opportunity to be thrilled and stimulated by taboo stories and new dance.
Performance time slots: 3pm, 3.30pm, 4pm & 4.30pm
Tickets: FREE but pre-booking is essential.
Book tickets through the Bloomsbury Festival website.
Times: 3pm, 3.30pm, 4pm & 4.30pm
Venue: St Pancras Church, Euston Road