Dancing Bear, Dancing Bear is a show about ‘men’ and ‘women’ and how we all relate to each other. Audiences listen on headphones to Hannah Ringham (co-founder of SHUNT) who draws you into a hypnotic world of immersive sound and music.
This is a first-time collaboration between choreographer and theatre-maker Pauline Mayers and filmmaker and photographer Jax Griffin. Using multi-disciplinary methods, this work-in-progress piece explores the dominant culture in the UK.
Using wireless headphones, binaural soundscapes, and a single female voice, Living Record Productions create a haunting and deeply intimate performance that asks whether we can ever let go of our smaller selves.
In 2018 / 19, for Emily Brontë’s 200th birthday party, Whitestone Arts, based on Haworth Moor, will present Arashi no ie / Stormy House, a mixed reality performative installation based on Wuthering Heights and the kaidan (Japanese ghost tales) collected and translated by Greco-Irish writer and traveller, Patrick Lafcadio Hearn.