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DIG 21: Heather Agyepong | The Body Remembers

DIG 21: Heather Agyepong | The Body Remembers

DIG 21: Heather Agyepong | The Body Remembers


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Dates and times

Friday 15 October 2021

Presented by Fuel
Created and Performed by Heather Agyepong

Friday 15 October, 7.30pm

“To give love to our inner selves we must first give attention, recognition and acceptance. Having let ourselves know that we will not be punished for acknowledging who we are or what we feel, we can name the problems we see.”
Bell Hooks, author of Sisters of the Yam: Black Women & Self Recovery

The body is an archive. It remembers everything – even the things that the head forgets.

Heather Agyepong’s powerful new solo performance The Body Remembers explores how trauma lives in the body, particularly for Black British women across different generations. Through a unique and compelling relationship between the audience and artist, it creates a collective cathartic experience.

Created & performed by multidisciplinary artist & actor Heather Agyepong, The Body Remembers features interviews of Black British women in trauma recovery. The performance is inspired by the therapeutic practice of Authentic Movement with Agyepong as The Mover and the audience as The Witness. Featuring dynamic projections and an immersive soundscape which help the audience to re-discover the power of self-reflection as the start of recovery and healing. Co-created by Imogen Knight (movement) and Gail Babb (dramaturgy), The Body Remembers creates a space for audience and artist to attend to themselves and each other.

Includes projected text and voiceover text.

All performances will be Relaxed. We invite you to make yourself comfortable and if you need to leave the performance at any point you will be allowed to return to the space when you feel ready.

Audience Notes
There will be discussion of trauma in relation to Black women’s experiences.

Physical exploration of trauma (and release).

Recommended for ages 16+

Photo by Myah Jeffers

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Albert Drive, Glasgow, G41 2PE

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