Dan Canham

30 Cecil Street

Tue 15 – Sat 20 August, 9.15pm*
(*part of a double bill with Paper Cinema’s The Nightflyer)
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The final show to be performed at Forest Fringe’s old home at Bristo Place, a delicate and heartbreaking elegy for a lost and ruined theatre, 30 Cecil Street is an original piece of dance-theatre from Dan Canham of Still House (Of Riders & Running Horses, Ours Was the Fen Country). A performance of fragments of memories, of wild nights and long-disappeared communities, it evokes the life of a once-mighty building and asks what is left when a theatre closes its doors to the public?

“Dan Canham raises ghosts in spine tingling dance-theatre piece,30 Cecil Street… exquisitely crafted, thoughtful theatre.” – Lyn Gardner, The Guardian (UK)

stillhouse.co.uk

Made with support from Grants for the Arts through Arts Council England, Bristol Old Vic Ferment, Escalator Performing Arts and Battersea Arts Centre.

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