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The Space In-between

A photo of a figure in a silver leotard and orange tights

Following huge success at Unlimited Festival at the Southbank Centre (London) in September 2018, arts organisation Metal and Associate Producer Kate Marsh present a selection of performances in development by artists Sarah Blanc, Vicky Malin, Kimberley Harvey, Hamish MacPherson, Rowan James, Gareth Cutter and Gemma Nash.

The evening will include film screenings, dance, live soundscapes, spoken word and participatory performances exploring the ‘Othered’ body, and the space ‘in-between’ the binaries.

It promises to be an eclectic mix of occupation, performance, mess, musings, cups of tea, glitter, and protest.

The new work is the culmination of 18 months of development LABs and artist residencies at Metal in Liverpool, Southend and Peterborough working with 24 UK based artists.

The event is generously supported by Arts Council England through its Change Makers programme.

Everyone is welcome to the event regardless of what access requirements they might have. The event will be seated on the ground floor spaces with wheelchair access, part of the event will involve standing but special provisions can be made. There is parking available on the main public approach to Edge Hill Station with a short walk to the entrance on platform one.

The event involves music and live performance with some pieces involving audience interaction, all work will include BSL interpretation and audio description. Please contact Metal directly for further access guidance edgehill@metalculture.com, 0151 7072277.

Running time 2 hours

Age 16+ (recommended)

 

Performance Times

Metal at Edge Hill Station Tunnel Road
L7 6ND
Telephone: 0151 707 2277
 
 
 
 
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