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Parallel Voices: The Imperfect Body

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Tim Etchells, Adrian Heathfield, Kate McIntosh.

Challenging the culture of beauty.

Parallel Voices brings to Siobhan Davies Studios many of the key dance and theatre artists of our generation in a series of five events that place dance and performance at the heart of the debate on art and culture in London. Over four evenings, three artists will discuss their passions in an open session of enquiry and debate.

Tim Etchells has worked with Forced Entertainment for twenty years, during which time they have become one of the most celebrated theatre companies internationally. Recent performance work includes 'A Bloody Mess' and 'The World In Pictures', and he has collaborated also with choreographers Meg Stuart and Wendy Houston.

Adrian Heathfield writes on, curates and creates performance. He has worked often with Tim Etchells, and has worked also on creative writing projects, talks and workshops with choreographers Jérôme Bel, Jonathan Burrows and Lloyd Newson. His interest in choreography is strong, and his background allows him to bring fresh viewpoints and ideas to the field of dance.

Kate McIntosh is a New Zealand artist, now living in Brussels, whose work straddles the boundary between dance and performance. Recent solo work includes the acclaimed 'All Natural' and 'Hair From The Throat'. She is a member of the performance collective and punkrock band Poni, and has worked also for choreographers Wendy Houston, Meryl Tankard and Michele Ann de Mey.

  • 7pm
  • £7 (conc £5)

Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St George's Road, London, SE1 6ER
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