Two dance productions at the Gate Theatre from 7 Apr


The Gate Theatre in west London, are presenting two dance production in 2010...

Breathing Irregular , inspired by true stories from 999 emergency calls, from 28 Jan to 27 Feb 2010. Dramaturgy Jenny Worton, directed by Carrie Cracknell, design by Holly Waddington, lighting by Lucy carter, choreography by Jane Mason.

Breathing Irregular will use the form of contemporary dance to explore a series of dramatic and uplifting real-life stories, which include a woman giving birth alone and a son desperately trying to resuscitate his father after cardiac arrest. Featuring a company of four actor/dancers, Breathing Irregular celebrates the human capacity to cope and above all to survive. The stories in Breathing Irregular are featured with the consent of the individuals involved.

Micro , a physical concert by Pierre Rigal, from 7 April to 8 May 2010. Directed by Pierre Rigal, design & lighting by Frederic Stoll, choreography by Pierre Rigal.

Inspired by the iconic imagery of twentieth century rock musicians, Micro smashes the boundaries between rock, pop, punk and contemporary dance to create a 'physical concert'.

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