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TownOuter London
CountyGreater London
From3rd May 2014
To3rd May 2014
Prices Free
What is currently on at General (V1087)

Lizzi Kew Ross


Archive :: production:T0941980997, dance or ballet:S1758784482, venue:V1087

Reading with Bach

"Reading leads you everywhere." Stephen Fry, London Evening Standard 3rd July 2013 Lizzi Kew Ross' Reading with Bach brings us dancers and musicians and takes us into the territory of books. Through movement and music, we watch, see, listen, engage and speculate on that strange solitary act that is reading. Reading with Bach is a kind of excavation, a form of collision. What is it to read - to turn the page and be led into minds, bodies, objects, space, architecture and worlds, including netherworlds and otherworldly ones? What is to be charmed, seduced or even bludgeoned by language, images, and actions? All this happens in our imaginations and not only do we construct these worlds within ourselves but what we imagine can become so real, that real and imagined collide. This event takes place at Woolwich Library, The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ


Producer Martin Collins
Choreographer Lizzi Kew Ross
Music Ruth Elder
Lighting Fay Patterson
DramaturgMary Ann Hushlak
Costume Susan Kulkani
Performer Fred Gehrig (dancer)
Performer Henry Montes (dancer)
Performer Alice Sara (dancer)
Performer Ruth Elder (musician)
Performer Una Palliser (musician)

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