A promenade piece of contemporary dance, performance art and physical theatre vignettes, SEASAW is inspired by the relationship between humans and water.
Whether evoking childhood memories of waterside holidays or provoking thoughts on current environmental issues such as water pollution and global warming, SEASAW is entertaining, thought-provoking and challenging.
Norfolk and Norwich Festival (Cromer, North Norfolk), Viva Cité (Sotteville lès Rouen), Imagine Watford (Watford), Pavilion Dance (Bournemouth), Out There Festival (Great Yarmouth)
Nausicaa (Boulogne sur Mer), Festival Z’Arts Up! (Bethune), Brighton Festival (Brighton), Espace Michel-Simon (Noisy le Grand), Festival Furies (Chalons en Champagne), Oerol (Terschelling), Greenwich and Docklands International Festival (London), Hatfair (Winchester), Urban Moves (Manchester), Stockton International Riverside Festival (Stockton-on-Tees), Mintfest (Kendal)
Funded by Arts Council England. Supported by Norfolk and Norwich Festival and North Norfolk District Council and Without Walls.