Sunday 17 July, 4pm
This feature film marks a new level of creativity and story telling by Matsena Productions use of combining the language of dance, music and poetry.
Influenced by distinct locations, this film addresses ideas of humanity, spirituality and nature in an attempt to crush borders within the framework of performance. The film ties in the politics of today with the politics seen in one of the most influential female sculptors of the 20th Century, Elisabeth Frink.
This event includes a post-show Q&A and is followed by talks and supper at the Mess Restaurant – you can book your spot by emailing the Mess Restaurant on email@example.com
“The chaotic repetitions of protest and imprisonment capture an emotion of 2020 better than anything else” Brian Seibert, The New York Times
“These two young writer/performer/choreographers bring striking imagery, legible ideas, political bite and effective staging. They’re ones to watch” Lyndsey Winship, The Guardian