Peaceophobia is an unapologetic response to rising Islamophobia around the world. Part car-meet part-theatre, the show explores how you find peace in a world that tells you who you are.
After having spent a lifetime being an inspiration to others, Dan Daw is finally seizing the moment to inspire himself. By taking ownership of the beautiful mess that encompasses all that Dan is, he lets go of who he once was, to make room for who he wants to be.
Dykegeist is a choreographic performance from Manchester-born London-based artist Eve Stainton, with live sound world performed by musician Mica Levi. Dykegeist is interested in complicating the archetypal narratives assigned to the lesbian predator.
A blazingly original, critically acclaimed arrangement of theatrical realism and contemporary dance excavating a day in the life of a woman following a tragic event. Civilisation is a meditation on grief, death and loss.
He’s Dead is a dark fantasy choreography asking the unanswerable question “Was Tupac depressed?” This conceptual group work uses dance, live action and sound to unearth the unspoken dehumanisation of marginalised people and Black experience of mental health.
Look At Me Don't Look At Me is a two-hander featuring a piano, a synth, two microphones, a shaky egg and 14 original songs that takes the audience from Lizzie Siddal "being discovered" by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood to her being exhumed by her husband, Dante Rossetti.
Part protest, part sculpture, part ceremony. I Am From Reykjavik is Sonia Hughes' attempt to be a post-racial, global citizen. As borders close and identities become narrower how is it to bring your whole self anywhere?