Sorry, you missed this event, SIGN UP to get information on our forthcoming shows
The piece is a poetic stream of consciousness where memories flow in and out of our grasp, leaving a delicate scent of nostalgia and loss. The audience witnesses the performer revisit various memories, her presence becoming an ode to a quiet yet liberating rebelliousness that turns intimacy into a tower of power.
Please Note: For a short period of time this performance talks about death.
Free Post-Show Talk: Join artists involved in the show for a discussion about the work.
Commissioned by The Place and South East Dance.
Because I Can is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Save a whopping 20% when you buy tickets for two different shows within the same transaction. This discount will automatically applied when you go through to the checkout.
This is a live performance in The Place theatre.
Please note: We are doing everything we can to ensure the safety and experience of our performers and audiences. With that in mind, we are continuing to sell a portion of seating at a reduced capacity. Please rest assured that our aim will be to operate our front of house areas and auditorium within recommendations for safety. If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click HERE for our Theatre Ticketing Policy.
Click HERE to see our current Covid-19 safety measures for live events.
Once you have booked you will be sent an E-ticket to your registered email address (please check your spam folder) which you will be asked to show to a member of staff before entering the theatre.
If you do not receive an E-ticket after booking please contact email@example.com
About Eva Recacha
Eva Recacha is a choreographer who lives and works in London. Her choreographic practice weaves movement and text, creating a blend of poetic, humorous, and nonsensical juxtapositions through the interplay of both mediums.
About Alberto Ruiz Soler
Alberto Ruiz Soler is a Sound Artist and Composer. His work ranges from compositions for contemporary dance and animation to solo installations and new experimental music. He has worked with Igor and Moreno, Jesus Rubio, and Lavaelo amongst others.
About Lauren Potter
Lauren Potter danced with London Contemporary Dance Theatre for eight years and became a founding member of Siobhan Davies Dance Company in 1988. She has worked amongst others with Lloyd Newson, Yolande Snaith, Jonathan Lunn, Ashley Page and Rosemary Butcher.
Commissioned by The Place and South East Dance and is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Duration: 50 mins
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Summer Season 2022