Lived Fiction | Stopgap

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Lived Fiction | Stopgap

DanceEast, Ipswich

Dates & Times

Friday 15 Nov 2024

19:00 - 21:30

This performance will be BSL interpreted. Please contact our Box Office team on 01473 295230 to discuss the best seats to access this. The performance will be followed by a post-show talk with the performers. This will be BSL interpreted.

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★★★★★

“Fascinating, infectious and innovative, I highly recommend a visit to Stopgap at the earliest opportunity.”Bachtrack

Lived Fiction is the manifestation of Stopgap’s twenty-year history, a timely intervention that can shape the future of contemporary dance.

The sensual choreography of Lived Fiction is rendered anew with evocative audio description, exquisite projection art and captioning. The internationally revered company invites you to experience dance from multiple perspectives and share in a future that is rich with the enterprise, potential, and power of diversity.

Expect masterful performances from Deaf, Disabled, neurodivergent, and non-disabled creatives in a dance work that is deep with compassion for the human condition.

“With the use of video, spoken word, and movement, this ensemble is energetic, celebratory and joyful. I’d watch it over and over again.” – Lost in Theatre Land

Supported using funding by the European Research Council. Supported by Arts Council England, DanceEast, Dance Ireland, Leche Trust, The Point – Eastleigh, and University of Surrey.

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