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Part of Dance International Glasgow
Daniel is dyspraxic and is too slow. Frauke has ADHD and is too quick. They are married and have kids.
Join them in the ‘Meadowdrome’, the fantastical escapist world they have created in response to these experiences as neurodivergent lovers, parents, and weirdo performance makers. Dadderrs is a space in which clunky (mis)understandings of bodies and actions can be discussed, explored and ultimately celebrated through ritualisation and play.
This performance contains male and female nudity, references to sex, loud music and haze. A standing show with optional audience participation, this is a relaxed performance where audiences are free to come and go, and take time out if they wish.
On Tuesday 22 October the performance culminates in an open space session where audience are invited to interact, reflect and play in the Meadowdrome with Frauke & Daniel.
Recommended for ages 16+
ACCESS: Integrated BSL available on one date TBC (Ian Hidgetts and Yvonne Strain)
Dadderrs is produced by The Place & co-commissioned by Sick of the Fringe, Tramway & The Place. Supported by Motherworks and the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Photo - Zoe Manders