By Webteam - 15th July 2019 6:07am
What a Little Bird Told Me.
When Did You Stop Dancing?
Saturday 19th October, Audlem Scout and Guide Hall Doors open 7pm. 7.30pm start. 14+Tickets: 01270 811250 or email: email@example.com.
Using 5 pairs of silver shoes and a witty text, Rachel tells the true story of the Dancing Plague of 1518 whilst asking what does it mean when we stop dancing today?
Told with a charming movement language and a text full of tenacity, tenderness and truly terrible jokes.
And why amidst a current mental health climate where suicide is the biggest killer of those under 45 and depression and anxiety are at all time high, why this is such an important question?
A brave and beautiful show that gets audiences laughing, crying and dancing. 'When will you stop dancing? is a beautifully constructed performance exploring contemporary ideas about women's voices and mental health ' but it's much more than that. Through a true story from 1518 the audience is taken on a journey to explore ideas which are just as relevant today leading us through outrage, sadness and laughter. This is a thoroughly engaging performance which feels like a fable for our time' No story telling is complete without candlelight, nibbles and a glass of something.
Another special night out in Audlem.
What is TAVA?
A small and friendly group bringing high quality arts to Audlem. Hosting professional arts events at affordable prices. We are part of Cheshire Rural Touring Arts and are a 'not for profit' group.
We are grateful to all our supporters including Cheshire Rural Touring Arts, Audlem Parish Council, Cheshire East Council & Cheshire West Council.
Our facebook page is www.facebook.com/tava.audlem
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