Dancing on the Rusty Brown Carpet by Fiona Hamilton

Luke has been working behind the scenes on a new play, recorded over Zoom and then edited afterwards using Premiere Pro.

Dancing on the Rusty Brown Carpet by Fiona Hamilton is being shown on:

Saturday 3 OCTOBER 19.00 BST (7pm) AND Sunday 4 OCTOBER 16.00 BST (4pm) Duration: approx 1 hour 15 mins.


About the play:

emma’s listening. Alex is staying silent. He collects data, she dances. What is pain? Do they dance with it or try to avoid it? A play about the power of body and mind to speak to each other across a carpet or a moonscape, and how transformation comes when we move to different rhythms.

A play adapted for a live Zoom audience. With optional conversation after the performance

TICKET HOLDERS WILL RECEIVE A ZOOM LINK TWO DAYS BEFORE THE PERFORMANCE

Only ONE ticket required per screen you are watching on even if more than one person is watching

A proportion of ticket sales will go to ARMA, a charity supporting musculoskeletal health


Tickets are £10 and available from here:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-play-about-finding-a-rhythm-to-dance-to-across-a-carpet-or-the-moon-tickets-116744089715


For more information about the inspiration behind the play check out Victoria Wells’ Blog Post where she talks about her experiences and how they came to form the idea for this show:


http://arma.uk.net/dancing-on-the-rusty-brown-carpet/

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