DetailsIt starts with a guitar in the darkness. In a beautifully stark setting, Aurelien Bory's creation for Stephanie Fuster explores the lure of flamenco, its familiar heat and passion refined to their essence as a powerful, personal story unfolds. Born in Toulouse, Stephanie Fuster went to Seville to immerse herself in flamenco dance and lifestyle, becoming a soloist with the Israel Galvan Company among other famous names of the new generation. Director/choreographer Aurelien Bory paints stage pictures impossible to forget. Five of his visually stunning productions have previously featured at the Mime Festival, including his spatial trilogy culminating with More or Less Infinity, Sans Objet for two acrobats and industrial robot, and most recently at the Barbican, his astonishing Les 7 Planches de la Ruse with the Chinese Acrobats of Dalian. His response to Stephanie Fuster's commission takes flamenco in a new direction. The traditional elements are there, with live vocals and guitar, but the context is different - this is the portrait of an artist, an emancipated woman in search of herself, who lives and who dies. UK Premiere. Age guidance: 8+. Running time: 60mins with no interval.