London's premier festival of contemporary Korean music
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Saturday 25 March
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In a nutshell
Brexit. Immigration. A land of lost people and hidden anger. Where does the rage go?
An experimental performance about the political landscape we are facing today and the way society deals with it.
What to Expect
Three performers move in the space, creating highly-charged visual images with projection, soundscape and their own bodies. As they move, they change the space. The earth floor becomes red, newspapers litter the ground, the walls are painted with signs of protest.
Kate and Vjera are a multinational artistic duo based in London who have been collaborating together since pursuing their MA studies in devised theatre at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Their practice is based on movement and bodily experiences as their background is set in dance and physical theatre. Showing visually charged images K&V want to speak to the audience’s subconscious and provoke a profound response.
Lisa Savini is a physical performer, who is currently working with ELAN Frantoio and Fye and Foul theatre companies.
Yaron Shyldkrot is theatre and performance maker that works as a director, devisor and lighting designer. He’s the co-founder of Fye and Foul theatre company.
Why does Rich Mix matter?
'Rich Mix is international and unconfined by genres of art - which automatically makes it an easier place to bring new work, and to truly experiment. Rich Mix doesn’t just pay lip service to the local area: it’s genuinely open to all of East London.'
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Details to come
Things you should know
Suitable for ages 14+
No latecomers allowed once the show has started.
This event is wheelchair accessible.