InDialogue Performance Evening

InDialogue Performance Evening

In partnership with Dance4, InDialogue has invited artists who are making creative and challenging live works in the UK and internationally to present their work.

The performance evening will celebrate what it means to be in dialogue, considering diverse approaches to practice.

Artists include Vida Midgelow and Jane Bacon, Michael Pinchbeck, Sally Doughty, Rachel Krische and Lisa Kendall, Chloé Déchery and Jane McKernan.

Performance evening:
Tickets: £10 (full) £8 (concessions)
Duration: 3 hrs (approx.)
Suitable for 16+

Handle with care by Sally Doughty, Rachel Krische and Lisa Kendall.
Digging deep into their personal archives Sally, Lisa & Rachel continuing a four month process of collecting, collating and cataloguing their individual embodied collections. This endeavor to amass materials and memories in the moment of performance demands that the personal becomes public; the private becomes shared; connections are remembered, made and lost.

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Scratch by Vida Midgelow and Jane Bacon.**
Scratch is a conversational choreography for two women as they share stories of love, life, dancing and academia. Following an improvisation score, Vida and Jane invite audiences to join us in a personal and discursive duet that questions what we mean by the choreographic, how we talk about embodied experience and being human.

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On The Horizon (a working methodology) by Chloé Déchery and Jane McKernan.
Chloé and Jane offer a staged version of their working methodology; performing their dialogue as they've been working towards the making of their performance work On The Horizon, across countries (France/UK) and languages (French/English), across mediums (theatre/dance) and artistic cultures - while being constantly interrupted and distracted by other, sometimes more important, things (i-e poor internet connection, the day job, children, life getting in the way...)

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The man who flew into space from his apartment by Micheal Pinchbeck.**
The first thing to do, if you ever find yourself expelled into the vacuum of space, is exhale.
The man who flew into space from his apartment is an immersive slideshow brought to you by award-winning writer and theatre-maker, Michael Pinchbeck, in which outer space meets the theatre space as the journey of the man who flew into space from his apartment collides with that of the guest performer. Inspired by the installation of the same name by Russian artist Illya Kabakov, a guest performer follows instructions on headphones they have never hear before in front of ten people.
The performance explores escape and makes a journey, like Kabakov between east and west, flying and falling, attempt and failure.

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**Please note Scratch and The Man Who... are for a limited audience, we will be in touch with bookers of the Performance Evening about reserving a place, subject to availablity.

The performance evening is new for 2016 and is part of the wider InDialogue symposium.

To book tickets for the Performance Evening click here.

InDialogue is a two day biennial International Symposium that interrogates how artists and researchers use dialogue in practice, this year the symposium will take place across Thursday 1 and Friday 2 December. Tickets for the full symposium can be booked here, those who book for the full symposium will also have entry to the performance evening.

www.indialogue.uk.com