Theatre & Dance
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75 minutes (no interval)
Suitable for ages 12+
Non-verbal and accessible to deaf/hard of hearing audiences
Performance followed 20 minute Q&A with Theatre Re Associate Artist Eygló Bela and composer Alex Judd
After the success of its critically acclaimed international hit The Nature of Forgetting, Theatre Re returns with 'a rich tapestry of ongoing humanity' (The Scotsman) about the evolution of family and life. Emily is eight months pregnant when she reads her grandmother's journal. As she delves into the depths of her family history, its pages unveil a legacy of courage, unspoken tragedies and unconditional love.
Established as a professional ensemble in 2011, Theatre Re has garnered a national and international reputation for creating world class, deeply moving, and visually striking poetic theatre.
Ravishingly beautiful, spellbinding piece of work" ★★★★★ The Arts Desk
Funded by National Lottery through Arts Council England. Co-commissioned by London International Mime Festival, The Point and South Hill Park. Supported by Shoreditch Town Hall, The Lowry, and the University of Kent.