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Author Barry Hines.

Archive listings for Kes

Work type: Dance or ballet.

T0474460947

Kes is a mix of dance, physical theatre and puppetry. Based on one of Yorkshire's most celebrated stories, Kes follows the life of Billy Casper, isolated at home and school, who is shaped by two contrasting worlds; an industrial, working class Barnsley and the natural landscape that surrounds his Yorkshire town. When he finds and befriends a wild kestrel hawk, his whole life soars to new heights as his relationship with the bird unleashes his imagination, inspiring him to reach for the sky.Producer Sheffield Theatres. Adapted by Jonathan Watkins. Director Jonathan Watkins. Choreographer Jonathan Watkins. Music Alex Baranowski. Design Ben Stones. Design Rachael Canning (puppetry). Lighting Mark Henderson. Performer Laura Caldow (Mother). Performer Laura Careless (Girl). Performer Dom Czapski (Mr Farthing). Performer Chester Hayes (Billy). Performer Tom Jackson-Greaves (Jud). Performer Barnaby Meredith (Guy). Performer Anton Skrzypiciel (Mr Gryce). Performer Phil Snowden (Mr Sugden).
27 Mar 14 to 5 Apr 14Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
listing details L0140513442

T01050745

Following their 2009 sell-out success at Curve with Hey Joe, award-winning choreographer Sue Rosenbloom creates another bitingly honest piece of dance theatre. This exhilarating company comprised of local dancers, come together to present a contemporary dance adaptation of Kes, based on the iconic novel by Barry Hines. Life is tough and cheerless for Billy Casper, a troubled teenager growing up in a Yorkshire mining town. Billy discovers a new passion in life with a kestrel hawk Kes. Like Billy she is a survivor, her silent strength inspires in him a trust and love he has never before experienced...Choreographer Sue Rosenbloom.
18 Jun 10 to 19 Jun 10Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
listing details L916294641

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