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Audio-described performance and Touch Tours

Audio Description is a narration of what’s happening on stage that can be accessed by using a wireless headset during the performance, for anyone with a visual impairment.

Lost Dog
Juliet + Romeo: A Guide to Long Life and Happy Marriage

Lost Dog's new show reveals the true story of Romeo and Juliet. It turns out they didn't die in a tragic misunderstanding, they grew up and lived happily ever after...well they lived at least.

Combining dance, theatre and comedy, this 21st century take on Shakespeare's classic is a humorous and heartfelt investigation into love, loss and longevity.

Lost Dog are an award winning dance theatre company headed by Artistic Director/Performer Ben Duke. More info.

Wed 28 Feb
Touch Tour
8pm Audio Described performance

Call our box office on 020 7121 1100 to book your place

The Humane Body
Saturday 21 October from 4pm 

The Humane Body is a project that investigates ways to create rich dance experiences for sighted, partially sighted and blind audiences. Over one day there are shows from across Europe in which all your senses are engaged in experiencing dance.

4pm & 6.15pm 
Anne Juren

Reimagine your body and its boundaries. This performance is not  'audio described' because it is fully experienced through sound. The choreography of this experience takes place inside your body - a landscape of fantastic and delirious spaces where the dysfunctional and unimaginable are possible.
(duration 90 minutes)

Touch Tour: The Palm of Your Hand #2
Call our box office on 020 7121 1100 to book your place

Vera Tussing

The Palm of Your Hand #2
Arranged in their ellipse, the audience themselves form the bounds of the theatrical space. The fourth wall becomes the skin. This is a journey that, by definition, performer and audience discover and create together.
(duration 60 minutes)

Touch Tour The Eyes The Mouth and The Rest
Call our box office on 020 7121 1100 to book your place

Vlomir Cordeiro

The Eyes The Mouth and The Rest
We are a temporary community - a diverse group of people. With the eye, the mouth and the rest of the face, the rest of the body, we shake and move, attracting your attention. 
(duration 60 minutes)


The Humane Body is a project between Wiener Tanzwochen (Vienna, Austria), Kaaitheater (Brussels, Belgium), Centre National de la Danse (Paris, France) and The Place co-funded by Creative Europe programme of the European Union.



Joan Clevillé Dance
The North

Wednesday 8 November, 8pm 

After their acclaimed debut Plan B for Utopia, Joan Clevillé Dance returns with The North, the bleak yet whimsical story of a young man’s journey in search for meaning in an unpredictable environment. A place with its own sense of time and space, where being lost is the norm and letting go the only way to survive.