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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.
BSL interpreted and Audio described.
Transcript available on request.
Commissioned and supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Spirit of 2012