12 December 2015Time: 6:00pm
Venue: Pinter Studio, Arts One Building, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, E1 4NS
As part of their new works-in-progress series Spitalfields Music presents Sister, an exploration of sibling relationships as they grow and evolve over the course of a lifetime. Crafted from interviews with sisters from around the world, the piece uses their words to tell stories of hopes, fears, long-forgotten memories and mis-remembered truths. This performance by music theatre collective Born Mad is a unique opportunity to see the work as it is developed for a full production in 2016. After the performance there’ll be a chance to shape the final show you’ll see next year in an informal feedback session with the performers and creative team.
Born Mad’s trademark style of ‘visceral’ and ‘spine-tingling’ music theatre is created by devising music, text and dance as a group, constantly working in collaboration across the art forms to create a seamless whole. Their work has been supported by the National Theatre Young Studio, Second Movement, English Touring Opera, Tête à Tête and Theatre Delicatessen and has been presented at venues across London including Kings Place and the National Theatre Studio.
Ticket Price: £5
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Part of Spitalfields Music Winter Festival: 4-15 December