All events listed under ‘Autumn 2010’ category
Yael Flexer’s distinctive choreography effortlessly weaves wry humour and informal banter with dance that is fast paced and emotionally driven. Music is by Nye Parry and cellist Karni Postel, who also plays live; lighting by Michael Mannion and dramaturgy by live artist Gary Stevens.
30 Sep 2010 | 7.30pm | £10/£6/£5 | Suitable 14+
Southern Bound Comfort joins two stunning duets that have been developed from a long-standing friendship between dance artists Gregory Maqoma, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Shanell Winlock. Accompanied on stage by three live musicians, the two duets, performed by Maqoma and Winlock, draw on, unite and create a shared language between the cultural heritage of European, South African and South Asian traditions.
1 Oct 2010 | 7.30pm | £12/£10 | Suitable 14+
Inspired by the Peggy Lee song, Is That All There Is? this is the latest show from Inspector Sands, winners of the Edinburgh International Festival Fringe Prize 2009. Their award-winning hit debut Hysteria has toured extensively around the UK and internationally.
14 Oct 2010 | 7.30pm | £10/£6/£5 | Suitable 15+
Bring a phone or a laptop; send texts, ideas, images and make requests. Devise the show live with the Stan’s Cafe and experience the kick of finding your material seamlessly woven into the emerging drama and helping to shape events.
18 Nov 2010 | 7.30pm | £10/£6/£5 | Suitable 15+
Growing Old With You is a life long performance project which attempts to document lived experience in real time. Starting in 2010 and for every 5 (or so) years for the rest of their lives Search Party will create a performance exploring ideas of age, duality and accumulation. Over the course of a lifetime we hope to create a series of works in which we, the work and the audience all grow old together.
9 Sept 2010 | 7.30pm | Free | Suitable 14+
1927 invite you through a fractal looking glass to a dystopian metropolis of inner city paranoia. Seamlessly synchronizing live music, performance and storytelling with stunning films and animation The Animals and Children Took to the Streets is the wickedly twisted new tale from the multiple award winning company behind the international hit Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.
7 Oct 2010 | 7.30pm | Free | Suitable 14+
Chaired by Cathy Childs, Head of Dance, University of Chichester, this event will include guest speakers from a range of dance professions working across the sector, including representatives from Arts Council South East, Hampshire Dance and South East Dance Agency. They will be sharing their knowledge and experiences and giving information on networks and support structures available in the South East region.
16 Sept 2010 | 2.30-6pm | £4/Free
Tim Sandys-Renton talks about plans for Unity Arts Trust, and its ambitions for a large studio building for artists and craftspeople within the Graylingwell redevelopment (N.E. Chichester) in 2013/14. In the meantime he has set up UNITY STUDIOS in a temporary space, with the task of growing the vision in a relatively small but focused manner. The project aims to be both a community-arts and a creative/cultural small-business start-up scheme, and by linking these two quite different types of activity Unity Arts Trust aims to pilot a new way of supporting artists and the local Chichester community.
23 Sept 2010 | 12-1pm | Free