The Lowry with Dance Manchester
Friday 29 March, 9.30pm
The Compass Room
Ramallah Contemporary Dance Festival
Sunday 7 April, 7:30pm
Municipality Theatre, Ramallah City Hall
Booking Border Tales
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★★★★★ "Funny, thought-provoking and consistently entertaining, Border Tales celebrates our differences, acknowledges our sameness and does more to repair the rifts than politics ever could." The Scotsman
Border Tales is a punchy yet poignant commentary on multicultural Britain, using dance, live music and dialogue compiled from the performers’ personal experiences. Brought back and presented in what we now know as a ‘post-Brexit’ Britain, Border Tales looks at our country, seen through the eyes of an international cast and gazes satirically on stereotypical thinking and migrant outsiders.
‘"The desire to bring back this piece of work created in 2013 comes primarily from the moment we are living in…I feel it is important to bring back these simple yet relevant tales of migration and identity, to both remember the past and to reflect about today.' Luca Silvestrini
With a score by Andy Pink and additional music by Anthar Kharana, performed live on stage, and lighting by Jackie Shemesh, Luca Silvestrini’s acclaimed comic dance theatre provokes and entertains.
Commissioned by: Bath Dance, ICIA Bath, DanceEast, DanceXchange, Dance Manchester and The Place.
Conceived and Directed by
Devised by the original cast with Salah El Brogy, Jodie Honeybourne, Femi Oyewole and Stuart Waters
Music composed by Andy Pink
Additional music by Anthar Kharana
Lighting design Jackie Shemesh
Assistant to the Director Valentina Golfieri and Kip Johnson
Consultant Vicki Igbokwe
Production Manager Rachel Shipp
Costume Stylist Valentina Golfieri
Sound Engineer Thomas Evans