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A new dance performance with various bodies of air: helium balloons, a space hopper and a human being. The balloons are old and deflating, the hopper is full and firm and the human is a dyspraxic, dyslexic dancing woman.
A performance of movement, object and speech, -ish explores the subjectivity of identity, disability and (in)visibility from the perspective of a dyspraxic choreographer who feels their invisible difference does not sit easily in the current, widely accepted notion of disability. It is a performance of real effort (and real chaos) which forms an unapologetic exploration of inbetween-ness that flourishes with, and thrives on, dys-function.
Suitable for ages 14+
Find out about a workshop led by Aby Watson on 21 October>
Free carers' tickets available: If you require support in order to attend this show, phone 0845 330 3501 to ask about booking a free ticket for your carer.
This is a relaxed performance.
Transcript available on request.
PLEASE NOTE Due to technical challenges, these performances will not be audio described as originally advertised. We are sorry if this will impact your access to the show.
Commissioned and supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Spirit of 2012