Approx. 1 hour (no interval)
Suitable for ages 12+
Inspired by masters of the twentieth century, Olivier Award-winning choreographer Russell Maliphant presents a dance piece influenced by the works of Jackson Pollock and abstract expressionism. With elements of nature pouring onto the floor, Maliphant paints his own interpretation with movement, light, and shadow to create a visually rich journey, with the exceptional dancers of RMDC.
Co-commissioned by Sadler’s Wells, London and supported by Arts Council England, DanceEast, Cockayne, The London Community Foundation, Ipswich Borough Council, and The Foyle Foundation.
One seamless swirling and spooling flow, one impulse morphing into another, all in fusion with dramatic light”
The Guardian on Silent Lines
Tuesday 27 September-Sunday 09 OctoberNext to DH Lawrence Pavilion
The first DARKFIELD shipping container experience transforms the interior of a 24ft container into a Victorian séance room. Over 20 minutes it explores the psychology of a group of people, and asks that they believe.
Saturday 10 September-Sunday 06 NovemberDjanogly Gallery
In his first solo exhibition, Nottingham artist Michael Forbes explores themes of contemporary racial politics, migration, history, religion, and blackness/whiteness. He works with sculpture, installation, and photography.
Tuesday 18 OctoberDjanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts
The final part of Toonga’s nationally acclaimed Hip Hop Dance trilogy, Born to Exist invites change to overcome societal stigmas held towards ethnic minorities.
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