Natasha Davis: Fifty Rooms

Natasha Davis: Fifty Rooms

15th March 2017

50 Rooms is a new performance by Natasha Davis about the lives, spaces and times between breaking and repairing, about ageing and about being ‘infected’ – with new thoughts, utopian dreams and an arrival of something different in a space already claimed by others.

This is an episodic exploration of ideas of home, belonging and in-between spaces, connecting art and science by using memories of distant events, magic realism, stem cells and martial arts. Multi-media adventure with mixed text, movement and original films soundtracked to the best of 2015 music – the year in which Natasha turned 50.

Developed in collaboration with Bob Karper (sound and media), Elisa Gallo Rosso (costume), Lucy Cash (movement) and Marty Langthorne (lighting design), with generous contribution and support from Alyson Campbell (director and writer), Daniel Mroz (performer and martial artist), Robert Draffin (director and martial arts specialist), and Silvia Marino (stem cells scientist). Funded by Arts Council England and the British Council.

Pay What You Can Afford.
Doors open 7.30pm, starts 8pm.
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