Time: October 21, 2012 at 8pm to October 23, 2012 at 9:15pm
Location: WESTON STUDIO WALES MILLENNIUM CENTRE
Street: BUTE PLACE
Website or Map: https://www.wmc.org.uk/Produc…
Phone: 02920 63 64 64
Event Type: bilingual, dance, theatre
Organized By: WALES MILLENNIUM CENTRE
Latest Activity: Oct 17, 2012
De Oscuro and Wales Millennium Centre present
21 Oct - 23 Oct 2012
Tickets: £8 - £12 | Age guide: 14+
Mon 22 Oct - Free post-show talk
Eddie Ladd and Judith Roberts are both celebrated and established artists, hailing from different disciplines. As a theatre director Judith is best known for tackling the likes of Beckett and Miller, while Eddie, a highly physical performer, is renowned for her daring and political pieces.
Set against Philip Glass’s haunting String Quartets Nos. 1 and 5, Gaza/Blaenannerch considers the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from a fresh perspective – that of another nation striving to find its identity: Wales. This is a compelling piece of bilingual dance theatre. Its strong, clear narrative frames a series of powerful dance pieces and the human body becomes both an expressive tool and a teaching aid.
Keep an eye on this page , as we will be uploading footage and images as we get them, to give you a flavour of what to expect.
Phillip Glass' String Quartet No. 1 & 5, will be performed live by The Smith Quartet smithquartet.com
More about De Oscuro
Worldwide artists such as Robert Lepage are demonstrating the power of multilingual stage productions, yet the potential of integrating English and Welsh has never been fully explored. De Oscuro is a new company which champions multilingualism as a creative tool and challenges preconceived ideas both about theatre and language.
Supported by Arts Council of Wales.
Running Time: Approximately 1 hour 10 mins
Weston Studio Tickets
Ticket prices for Weston Studio range from £8 to £12 depending on the demand for tickets, so by booking early you will pay the lowest price. Select “Best Available” to book the lowest price ticket currently available.
Plus under 16s pay £6 and all tickets for children's shows are £6 - whatever your age.
You can also pay £8 at any point in time if you book 3 shows at once - to take advantage of this please call the Ticket Office on 029 2063 6464.
All shows are unreserved seating so arrive early to secure the best seats.
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