Thursday 28 February at 6.30pm
in The Salberg at Salisbury Playhouse
A music and dance duet with dancer, Grace Clayton (Grace Clayton Dance, Cheap Date) and multi-instrumentalist, Seamas Carey (Kneehigh, Wildworks). A crash landing of self expression, communication, action and reaction through live music, dance, theatre, and digital media.
This visual monologue questions the physical, verbal, facial, tonal, nuanced way we talk to the world. An exploration and debate of music and movement that rebounds, vibrates, clashes, reacts and challenges each other in the same space, just as our words do.
Exploring the filth, fun and aftertaste of our everyday interactions. The work is a 60-minute humorous, intellectual, visceral experience that leaves you contemplating your own individual modes and forms of communication. The work, through the use of subtitles and sign language, is accessible to a deaf and hard of hearing audience.
"Another life affirming performance - amazing. Blown away again by the talent of Cheap Date Dance…. effortlessly brilliant!" - Audience Member (Little Women Big Balls)
“Captures something essential and honest” Roy Campbell-Moore, National Dance Company Wales (How We lost it)
Tickets: £13.50 (under 25s £9)
Running time: 60 minutes (no interval)
Suitable for age 14 and over
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*excluding Exposure, workshops and the South West Symposium
(This offer is valid until Saturday 1 December, subject to availability and not to be used retrospectively).
The work, through the use of subtitles and sign language, is accessible to a deaf and hard of hearing audience.
Tickets and times
Thursday 28th February6:30pm