AboutRóisín O'Brien: 'Some People Say'
Some people say he's anti-establishment, he's there for America. Some people say he’s a bully, he's racist and misogynistic. Two Trumps. Two dancers. A dance of division that explores "the overtly masculine, bravado body language of President Trump and his erratic use of language".
Artistic Director/Choreographer: Róisín O'Brien
Performed by: Katie Armstrong and Christina Liddell
Body Politic: 'Father Figurine'
A fractured relationship highlighting the hidden vulnerability of a father and son. Father Figurine explores the male ego through an intimate blend of spoken word and hip-hop dance.
Artistic Director: Emma-Jane Morbey
Choreography by: Stephen Brown and Derek Mok
Performed by: Tobi Oduntan and Isaac Ouro-Gnao
Written by: Isaac Ouro-Gnao
Lighting design by: Damian Robertson
Kaia Goodenough: 'Reclaim the Word Slut'
To Do: 1. Embrace the innocence of youth 2. Eliminate our sexy inhibitions 3. Laugh at frank, light-hearted poetry 4. Release the shackles of our language 5. Reclaim the word 'slut'
Artistic Director/Choreographer: Kaia Goodenough
Performed by: Cicely Cotton, Danielle Summers and Susannah Shaw