Thursday 28 September
22:30 - 23:30

Every/Nowhere

Crack Theatre Festival

every/nowhere exists in the in-between spaces – between here and elsewhere, past and present. Combining poetry and dance improvisation, the work is a beautifully constructed, intimate experience set to individual audio guides. You are invited to enter a world where space and time are built up and collapsed simultaneously – a reflection on your relationship to place, experienced through memory. The audience enter the performance one at a time, at 2-minute intervals, carried through the performance by audio guides, with original text written by the artist.

Limited audience capacity: 10
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Serena Chalker

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