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Venture deeper into the modern metropolis, where conservative days turn into wonderous nights. Follow the curious and courageous Rosalind as she embarks on a pursuit of enlightenment, fuelled by love and oppression.
400 years on since Shakespeare wrote his iconic play As You Like It, what has changed in society? In this unique production created in collaboration with Korean dancers and artists, Cousins asks ‘do women still need to take on stereotypical masculinity in order to find equality in our modern world’?
“Choreography that feels freshly minted…. Cousins is a talent to watch” The Guardian (UK)
Age recommendation 12+
Wed 15 Mar 6.30pm - 7.30pm As You Like It: Shakespeare reimagined
Join leading scholars from the London Shakespeare Centre as they introduce you to the play and reveal some of the key issues that make it so ripe for revision and revival in 2017.
£5 or free with a ticket for the show on the same night (booking essential). You must book both tickets at the same time. Your £5 ticket for this event will then go to £0 through the checkout.
Thu 16 Mar 6.30pm - 7.30pm Explore... Within Her Eyes
GCSE Dance teachers and students - Join us and James for a special screening of his GCSE Anthology work, Within Her Eyes, followed by a Q&A session.
£5 or free with a ticket for the show on the same night (booking essential).
Fri 17 Mar Stay with us after the show for an informal chat with the company, British Sign Language interpreted.
Commissioned by the British Council as part of Shakespeare Lives. Co-comissioned by Arts Council Korea, The Place and Tramway, Glasgow. Originally supported by Seoul Dance Center and Seoul Performing Arts Festival. UK tour supported by Arts Council England. James Cousins is a Work Place artist.
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Spring 2017