A lifelong performance project which attempts to document lived experience in real time, over the course of a lifetime they hope to create a series of works in which they, the work and the audience all grow old together.
The world premiere of 2010’s Turn Prize winner. A powerful, poetic, physically moving new dance creation: Struggling not to let her go, one of them can only promise and the other will have to fade away...
Hazel O’Connor, the Award winning singer-songwriter, returns with her brilliant sisters in arms, fellow performers saxophonist Clare Hirst and pianist Sarah Fisher, to perform an eclectic mix of originals and timeless classics.
We will go on a quest for History: the big one, written about in books. The one with World Wars in it, with memorable dates and names you learn at school but also the personal one, the human one, the one you can relate to.
The End explores endings and exits and the re-enactment of real life events to investigate absence and loss. The End asks why we perform and how we will know when to stop and is Pinchbeck’s last piece for theatre.
Led by celebrated new Artistic Director Jeanne Yasko, EDge’s tour showcases performances by a strong and diverse ensemble of five men and seven women, all trained at the world’s most notable dance conservatoires.