The Way You Look (at me) Tonight
Tuesday 23 & Wednesday 24 May
7.30pm (see below for details of Assisted Performances)
How do we look at each other? How do we allow ourselves to be seen? How do our bodies shape the ways we perceive the world around us? Can we change how we see others?
Dancing, singing, telling stories and asking questions, leading UK disabled artist Claire Cunningham and international choreographer and performer Jess Curtis, combine performance, original music, and video to wrestle (sometimes literally) with important questions about our habits and practices of perceiving each other and the world.
In collaboration with noted author and philosopher of perception Dr. Alva Noë, video artist Yoann Trellu, composer Matthias Herrmann, and dramaturge Luke Pell.
Post show talk on Tuesday 23 May (with BSL)
Tuesday 23 May will be BSL interpreted and audio described (please let the box office know if you would like to be provided with audio description)
Wednesday 24 May will include a touch tour (at 6.30pm for 30 mins) and be audio described (please let the box office know if you would like to be provided with audio description)
Recommended for ages 14+
Contains one instance of strong language
Performance runs: c. 1 hr 50 mins
Please choose between seats in the auditorium or on stage. Seating is unreserved. Seats on stage comprise of chairs, cushions on the floor and spaces for wheelchairs. When sitting on stage Claire and Jess will perform around you and may come into contact with you. If you have any specific access requirements please let the Box Office know when booking your tickets.
The Way You Look (at me) Tonight is made possible with the support from the following funders and organisations:
Unlimited; celebrating the work of disabled artists, using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Arts Council of Wales, Creative Scotland and Spirit of 2012, co-commissioned by Tramway Glasgow and supported by The Place London, Norfolk & Norwich Festival and British Council.
The New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with additional support from The Kenneth Rainin Foundation, The San Francisco Arts Commission, The Zellerbach Family Foundation, San Francisco Grants for the Arts, California Arts Council with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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