Fault Lines | Lila Dance

Fault Lines | Lila Dance

DanceEast, Ipswich

Dates & Times

Friday 01 Mar 2024

19:30 - 22:30

Age Guidance: 12+ (no nudity or bad language but contains adult themes. Younger audiences may attend if they wish to)
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When it feels like we are racing towards an unknown future, how can the enormity of climate change be made personal?

Fault Lines blends stunning dance with immersive digital imagery, evocative writing, and cinematic music, to explore the earths changing landscape, through sun-scorched plains, roaring waves, cityscapes, and smoking forests.

A sense of hope is laced through the work, culminating in the community cast planting seeds to rewild, regrow, and rethink our individual impact on the planet.

Supported using funding through Arts Council England.

Supported by The Point Eastleigh, Rural Touring Dance Initiative, South East Dance, University of Chichester, UK Harvest, and Worthing Theatres and Museums.

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