Tue 15 Jan

Wayward Thread / / Trah and Chips Theatre

Resolution 2019

£16 (£12 concessions)

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Wayward Thread

Digital dance theatre using lowlight/infrared camera and darkness to explore the relationship between reality and performance, authentic self and digital representation of self, and how we connect via technology.

Wayward Thread was founded in 2016 by British-East Asian choreographer Si Rawlinson.  Rooted in hip hop, the company also uses contemporary dance, physical theatre, and spoken word.  Si has made shows at leading venues including Sadler’s Wells and the Barbican, and most recently created a feature length show called ‘Red INK’ about censorship and the role of writer as political dissident, performed at the Southbank Centre in October.

Of previous work ‘Red INK’ - boundary-breaking dance art chiming for change”

- Kate Hagan, The Wonderful World of Dance

Choreographer: Si Rawlinson
Dancers: Laura Vanhulle and Dan Phung
Audio Visual Artist: Dan Lowenstein
Mentor: John Berkavitch

Wayward Thread is on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube

When nature forces you out of your homeland, you must embark on a journey into the unknown. What do you hold onto? What do you leave behind? Time is running out.

Shifted explores what is means to be uprooted and displaced unexpectedly. This new piece of dance theatre uses gripping physicality, powerful imagery and ‘striking’ soundscapes.

“Moments that will stay with me for a long time.”

Choreographer: Natalie Bell
Dancers: Brandon Clarke, Gabriele Martin, Samuel Ozouf

Presented in partnership with Grad Lab

Natalie Bell is on Instagram

Trah and Chips Theatre and Dance Ensemble
Taffeta Dreaming

Based on four poems, Taffeta Dreaming merges text with dance to explore male sexuality, loneliness and what it is to live in an age of fabulous Instagram lives.

Created by Alex James-Cox, Ellis Howard and Connor Williams. Performed by Rebecca Hesketh-Smith and Stuart Thompson.

TRAH & CHIPS provide a voice for the disenfranchised sections of society through work that is unapologetic, humorous and real. Our hope is that, by creating work which is a true reflection of society, we can challenge conventional perceptions of theatre and energise a new generation of theatre audiences.

'This company has an infectious spirit, they are totally prepared to conquer the London theatre scene. I'd run naked through Covent Garden to have a chance at being in this company'

- Heather Randall (New York Theatre Workshop)

Instagram and twitter- @trahandchips

Times: 7.30pm
Venue: at The Place