Dance Performance - And the Summer Shall Follow

In a thought-provoking double-bill of contemporary danc, emerging choreographers Catherine Sleeman and Liezl De Wouters explore the link between personal and planetary well-being, inviting their audience to look both outward and inward for hope.

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Starts: Saturday 6 May 2023 3:00 PM

Ends: Saturday 6 May 2023 4:00 PM

At: Caravanseria Brighton, North of St Peter's Church Brighton, Brighton and Hove, BN1 4GU

Organised by: Alauda Dance

In a thought-provoking double-bill, emerging choreographers Catherine Sleeman and Liezl De Wouters D'oplinter explore the link between personal and planetary well-being, inviting their audience to look both outward and inward for hope.

fc6e525e496ca4f4cfaecdc68cf0ef66acde5043.pngFaced with the overwhelming challenges presented by the climate crisis and the mental health crisis, Alauda Dance presents two contemporary dance works that grapple with the darkness and light of the natural world and our place within it.

'TRASH' is a visual tour of how our wellbeing and the way we handle it can have a profound impact on not just our own lives, but also our wider environment.

1f9d263f539409aadfdb9384f34665bcec792a11.pngThe title work, 'And the Summer Shall Follow', draws from the natural rhythms of light and seasons. The piece, inspired by Seasonal Affective Disorder and the way people experience natural and environmental change, also turns the focus to human-led climate change and its impact on humanity.

Together, the pieces encourage audiences to engage with challenging subject matter in a hopeful way and embrace the power of positive change.

Tickets available at: https://www.brightonfringe.org/events/and-the-summer-shall-follow/

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