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Performance

VenueArcola
Other spaces: Arcola Tent (2 Ashwin Street)
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From29th August 2019
To1st September 2019
WhenAug 29, Sep 1 at 19:30
What is currently on at Arcola (V1422226940)

Hotspur/Pierrot Lunaire

Hotspur/Pierrot LunaireT0134838180
In 14th-century Northumberland, Elizabeth waits on the fringes of civil war while her husband - the famously-volatile Henry 'Hotspur' Percy - leads a rebel force against the King. Following the world premiere of Iris Dreaming at Grimeborn 2016, Dame Gillian Whitehead and Fleur Adcock?s Hotspur is a passionate depiction of a woman torn between public confidence and private despair in the face of devastating loss.


Archive :: production:T0134838180, opera or operetta:S0149453401, venue:V1422226940

Production details

Sung in English with Signdance. Part of Grimeborn 2019

Company

Company formidAbility (in collaboration with Signdance Collective International)
Director Sara Brodie
Musical Director Scott Wilson
Design Sara Brodie
Other Gretchen Albrecht (artist)
Choreographer David Bower
Performer Joanne Roughton-Arnold (Soprano - Elizabeth)
Performer Isolte Avila (Dancer - Elizabeth)
Performer David Bower (Dancer - Pierrot)

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