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Manipulate Festival: On the Road
Manipulate is Scotland's international visual theatre festival, which also tours to satellite venues across the UK. We are delighted to bring the festival to Bristol for the first time, with this wonderfully imaginative and skilful double bill. Sens Equivoc is a visual performance collective based in France and Canada, led by Olivia Lathuilliere, who has performed and collaborated with leading companies across Europe and North America. La Causeuse is a masterful piece combining dance, mime, physical and object theatre, which brings to life a vividly poetic world of intrigue and uncertainty. Without a word, a young woman guides us through poignant and darkly comic dialogues as she revisits the shreds and memories of a sordid and doomed romance. As wandering hands seduce and frolic, she dances and wrestles with her inner demons. Eve Klein & Sons is based in Edinburgh and is a physical theatre collective led by Tiffany Soirat. Cloth is the perfect companion piece to La Causeuse - exploring a woman's dreams and desires, and revealing her deepest and most private of selves. The work employs immense visual imagination and physical skills to create a unique poetic world and invite the audience into an intimate relationship with the performer. These performances have no spoken dialogue so are fully accessible to deaf and hearing-impaired audiences.
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