The Talking Place - Part of Men & Girls Dance

The Talking Place - Part of Men & Girls Dance

Fevered Sleep (UK)
The Talking Place is where people can come to talk about Men & Girls Dance. Pop in for tea and cake, pick up the Men & Girls Dance newspaper and find out more about the themes of the show. Everyone is welcome!

The Talking Place is where people can come to talk about the themes of Men & Girls Dance. It's a place where you can wonder, where you can be listened to, where thoughts and words and images - that come from people who live in this place, at this time - gather and collect.

The Talking Place is where you can pick up the Men & Girls Dance newspaper or ask a question about the project. It's where you can pop in for tea and cake and coversation (with Fevered Sleep and other people), where you can find out more about the themes of Men & Girls Dance and talk about what they mean to you.

It will be hosted by Luke Pell, associate artist with Fevered Sleep who will facilitate conversations, curate materials and generate a peice of writing that reflects on the conversations in that place.

Come and drop in at the pop up location which is situated at Sneinton Market, Avenue B, 8 Gedling Street, Nottingham NG1 1DS, on any of the following dates, all open from 10.30am - 5.30pm and totally FREE:

Saturday 20 August
Sunday 21August
Thursday 25 August
Friday 26 August
Saturday 27 August
(10.30am - 2pm)

menandgirlsdance.com

feveredsleep.co.uk

Click here for find out more about the Men & Girls Dance performances taking place at Dance4's international Centre for Choreography on Thursday 25, Friday 26 and Saturday 27 August.

Produced in association with Fuel.  Commissioned by The Place.

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England, Paul Hamlyn foundation, Wellcome trust, Dance4, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Jerwood Charitable Foundation, Greenhouse and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.

Development of Men & Girls Dance was supported by The Place, London; The Point, Eastleigh; Dance4; Quarterhouse, Folkestone; the Jerwood Choreographic Research Project; Greenhouse and Greenwich Dance.