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by sarahb last modified 25/01/2019 02:03 PM

Theatre and dance at Trinity this Spring

by sarahb last modified 25/01/2019 02:03 PM
Theatre and dance at Trinity this Spring

Our Spring 2019 season of theatre and dance presents innovative artists who speak from the heart.

Our Spring 2019 season of theatre and dance presents innovative artists who speak from the heart and ask: How do we strip away the layers of expectation placed on us by society to find the truest version of ourselves?

Celebrate flab, double chins and getting semi-naked in Scottee’s Fat Blokes (22 Feb). Laugh at the hilarious Confessions of a Cockney Temple Dancer, Shane Shambhu's biographical story of cultural fusion and clashes in an East London playground (10 March). Join Darren Pritchard Dance, their artist friends – dancers, singers, musicians and poets in the 1920’s Harlem Renaissance Inspired: Rent Party (16 Mar). Then, explore issues around migration in Toussaint To Move’s autobiographically sourced Windows of Displacement (23 March) where the shifting (and increasingly urgent) politics surrounding the movement of people takes centre-stage.

Explore issues around migration in Toussaint To Move’s autobiographically sourced Windows of Displacement (23 March)

Rent Party (16 Mar): a kaleidoscopic picture of what it means today to be young, gifted, and black – and poor, and gay.

From post-show talk backs (Fat Blokes 22 Feb, Windows of Displacement 23 March) to workshops (Making Stuff About Stuff, Scottee; Creative Dance with Akeim Toussaint Buck; Contemporary Dance workshop with Shane Shambu) there are plenty of ways to stand up and get involved in the season.

Sign up to: Contemporary Dance workshop with Shane Shambu, 10 March, £5

All IGNiTE tickets are £11 / £9 concs (including booking fee) and workshops of £5 (including booking fee). Communities who use Trinity regularly could benefit from subsided tickets, please email marketing officer sarahb@3ca.org.uk to find out more.

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