Event Details


Time: October 31, 2014 at 7pm to November 1, 2014 at 3pm
Location: Chapter Arts Centre stwdio
Website or Map: http://chapter.org
Event Type: dance, theatre, performance, for, all, ages
Organized By: jem treays
Latest Activity: Oct 28, 2014

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Event Description

Transition the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another.



Jem is 50 next year. Ella is 11. They are father and daughter.


Ella is ballet mad and has just started going on pointe. Jem is a professional contemporary dancer. They have always danced together on the kitchen rug.


Transition explores their shifting relationship through the mediums of dance, conversation and film.


“ A totally captivating father and daughter piece. Ella Treays is a consummate performer; wonderfully beautiful and precise. The tenderness of the father-daughter relationship permeates the piece, coupled with a sense of a quiet humour and understanding between them that draws you into this irresistible work with tremendous delight and pleasure.’ Michael Kelligan, Theatre in Wales Website



This preview work is brought to you by Run Ragged in partnership with Theatr Iolo and is in development as part of NTW WalesLab. Directed by Paula Crutchlow.


Aimed at audiences of 7+



Price £6 per ticket

Show times 7pm Friday 31st October and 3pm Saturday 1st Nov.



Family workshop 10am-1200am Saturday 1st Nov.  Ages 7+


You are invited to join a playful dance and theatre session for parent and child lead by Jem Treays (Run Ragged) and Kevin Lewis (Theatr Iolo). We will be taking our own relationships as a starting point to create duet sequences using movement and voice. To join please confirm by calling Chapter Box office. Please wear comfortable clothing to move in. Location, Stwdio. Max 12 participants.



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