★★★★ ”Lo-fi, freewheeling and rather brilliant”
London Evening Standard
A show for everyone who has ever danced – in their kitchen, at a wedding, on a stage – and those that like to watch from the wings.
Can you remember every dance you’ve ever danced?
The people on stage in Wallflower are trying to remember every dance they’ve ever danced. Some are professional dancers, some are not. Some might tell you that they can’t dance at all.
Every dance is added to an ever-expanding archive. There are memories of dancing alone all night at a party; of racing with a dog across a beach; of dizzily spinning children; of weeping and dancing; what will be next?
Spanning a lifetime of music, fashion, politics, friendship, parties, love and loss, Wallflower is a show about how dancing shapes our life.
★★★★ “Enchanting…a magical experience”
Click here to watch the trailer for Wallflower.
Manchester-based Quarantine are a unique voice in British theatre, internationally acclaimed for their experiments with everyday life. Current work includes English, a collaboration with National Theatre Wales about language and identity, which premieres in June 2018; Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring., an epic quartet of three live performances and a film about the human lifecycle and our relationship with time; and our monthly project No Such Thing, where, for the last six years, we buy strangers a curry in exchange for a conversation.
Coming to Cleckheaton Town Hall on Saturday 9th March.
Tickets are £10 or £8 for concessions. Click here to book.
Wallflower is suitable for audiences aged 14+
Cleckheaton Town Hall has wheelchair access, fully accessible toilets, and disabled parking.