Thomas Noone Dance, Company Chameleon and Norrdans will present the triple bill in The Grand Theatre Blackpool (18th of March) followed by two further performances at the Lowry Centre (20th and 21st of March)
Brutal Love Poems – Thomas Noone Dance
Choreography – Thomas Noone; Dancers – Alba Barral Fernandez, Jeronimo Forteza Ramos, Javier Garcia Arozena, Karolina Szymura; Music – Jim Pinchen
Brutal Love Poems is about the darker side of love, an ode in movement evoking the desperation that love can provoke. The piece is accompanied by the music of Jim Pinchen in his fifth creative collaboration with the Thomas Noone, where the physicality of Noone is complimented by the urgency of Pinchen’s score.
Push – Company Chameleon
Choreography – Anthony Missen, Kevin Edward Turner; Dancers – Anthony Missen, Thomasin Gülgeç; Music – Musica Savath + Savalas, Ryuichi Sakamoto
Athletic yet sensitive, the work continues a conversation that began in childhood between artists Anthony Missen and Kevin Edward Turner. This powerful and engaging duet looks at the different stances we take as we relate to one another, and how the complex nature of our psychology means at times we push to exert our dominance and control, and at others submit and yield.
Beautiful Beast – Norrdans
Choreography – Thomas Noone; Dancers – Stacey Aung, Fanny Barrouquère, Toby Fitzgibbons, Anna Jirmanova, David Nondorf, Javier Perez, Kristian Refslund, Leila Verlinden; Musicians (Gjallahorn) – Petter Berndalen, Ulrika Bodén, Adrian Jones, Göran Månsson