A duet between two female dancers – a celebration of homecoming, fantasy and queer intimacy. Set to a soundtrack across Roberta Flack’s career, it follows our turbulent but immovable place within the cosmos. The work focuses on drawing an accessible narrative between the two women, reflecting the ever-changing nature of our interactions and relationships: as children, lovers, colleagues, teachers, artists and acquaintances. It is as fleeting as a late shift knowing glance across checkout counters and as cherished as a goodbye kiss.
Created by Matthew Rawcliffe, a finalist on BBC Young Dancer of the Year 2019, and currently performing in Matthew Bourne’s touring production of Romeo and Juliet.
This performance takes place at the Hope Street Suitcases.
Part of LEAP Fringe Festival 2019, taking place in venues up and down Hope Street from 11 – 12 October.