With a theme of revolution the performance explores the voices and movements of ’68 (the year of Adisa’s birth), weaving Folk, Reggae, Soul, Afrobeat and hits such as I Heard It Through the Grapevine by Marvin Gaye, Upsetters by Bob Marley and the Wailers and Street Fighting Man by the Rolling Stones to draw a direct comparison with cultural attitudes today. Adisa says: "The show draws parallels between two different points in history - 1968 and now - that share common themes including the human desire for global change and more individual freedom".

Archive listings for Adisa's 1968: The Year That Never Ended...

Work type: One person show.

T064643202 (TOUR10)

16 Feb 10Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L352569820
4 Feb 10The Hat Factory (previously the Artezium), Luton :: V01371430831
listing details L2056498384

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