“their tender togetherness an affirmation of looking beyond appearances and seeing another person for who they really are.” **** The Herald (Scotland)
How do we look at each other?
How do we allow ourselves to be seen? How do our bodies shape the ways we perceive the world around us? Can we change how we see others?
The Way You Look (At Me) Tonight is a social sculpture—a sensory journey, for two performers and audience. Dancing, singing, telling stories and asking questions, leading UK disabled artist Claire Cunningham and international choreographer and performer Jess Curtis, combine performance, original music, and video to wrestle (sometimes literally) with important questions about our habits and practices of perceiving each other and the world.
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Audio description available on both nights.
Fri 19 May – This performance will be BSL Interpreted.
Sat 20 May 6.30pm – Touch tour for visually impaired people.
FOR THE CURIOUS:
Stay after the show on Fri 19 May for a discussion with Claire and Jess. This discussion will be BSL interpreted.
Tickets £16 / £12 concessions
Seating is unreserved. Seats comprise of normal theatre seating and an option to sit on stage on chairs, cushions on the floor or in your wheelchair. When sitting on stage Claire and Jess will perform around you and may come into contact with you. If you have any specific access requirements please tell box office when booking your tickets.
Nearest tubes: Euston / King’s Cross