(Wed-Thurs 11th-12th / 7pm start / doors open 6.30pm / £7/5)
30 Cecil Street
In 2009 Dan Canham (Kneehigh, DV8, Punchdrunk, Fabulous Beast) made a film in a rotting, dilapidated theatre in Limerick, Ireland. Using that film as source material, this brand new piece of dance-theatre sees a lone figure stream through
fragments of memories in a series of poignant and evocative dances. With an original soundtrack made up of interviews and found sounds, this poetic and moving
piece looks at the life of a once-mighty building what is left when a theatre closes its doors to the public.
See the original film at www.stillhouse.co.uk
Made with support from Arts Council England, Escalator Performing Arts, Bristol Ferment and Battersea Arts Centre.
No admittance to latecomers though bar will be open throughout evening.