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A world premiere of an aerial-dance theatre work exploring the largest mass-poisoning in history. 2013. Asha's hands shake as her sister Arundhati folds her wedding sari around her. 1973. Anjali hangs from silk, her life is pouring out of her. A well is drilled. Clean water. 40 years later, and her daughter now hangs in the balance. A rich soundscape of Bengali music and interwoven recorded text forms an atmospheric backdrop for Shreya Kumar's stunning choreographic fusion of classical Indian dance with contemporary aerial circus.Author Poppy Burton-Morgan.
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Work type: Dance or ballet
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