BELONGING(s) is Tilted Productions’ new outdoor promenade piece. It merges contemporary dance, physical theatre and an unusual use of objects.
The piece subtly provokes thoughts on the ever-changing notion of what, who and where one might (or might not) feel a sense of belonging to.
BELONGING(s) is a promenade piece consisting of three main scenes, each playing in a different location:
Scene 1: Lost in clockworks
Scene 2: Longing to belong?
Scene 3: The ephemeral quality of everything
Audiences will walk from one location to the next, led by the performers. Along the way, spectators will come across additional pop-up performances involving members of the local community.
The creative process has been supported by residencies at 101, Outdoor Arts Creation Space, Newbury, UK; Atelier 231, Centre National des Arts de la Rue, Sotteville-les-Rouen, FR; La Brèche, Pole National des Arts du Cirque, Cherbourg, FR; Le Citron Jaune, Centre National des Arts de la Rue, Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône, FR; Le Fourneau, Centre National des Arts de la Rue, Brest, France. Other supporters include Dance4, Nottingham, UK; DanceEast, Ipswich, UK, The Place London Contemporary Dance School, London, UK.
Tilted Productions is supported by Arts Council England and Ipswich Borough Council.
Photo: Sylvain Marchand