Fri 29 Apr  |  9pm | BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (Gateshead, UK)

a really small disco

By Lizzie Klotz, Luca Rutherford & Charlotte Bickley

IN-PERSON PERFORMANCE

a really small dance - promotional image - portrait - graphic design by Split Design - pho

a really small disco is space to dance in. a space where dancing may mean standing still, staring into the distance, letting go completely and shaking it out. this is a space for the smallest of dances, as well as the big ones.

what are the dances that take place in your home, alone, along to the radio, in the shower? what if you danced them not for anyone else but just because you feel like it, and if you don’t, then don’t.

what are the dances you don't let yourself dance? what about the dances you need yourself to dance? with a friend, in memory of, to shake off, to relish in a feeling that, perhaps, things right now, in this moment, right this very moment, are enough.

About Artists

Lizzie Klotz is a dance maker, performer and facilitator, rooted in gentleness, conversation and play.

Luca Rutherford makes theatre, public art installations, and most recently short film and sound art.

Charlotte Bickley is a composer and sound designer for theatre, radio and installations, as well as playing live electronic sets.

Credits

Image: 

a really small disco takes place following THE END - a new, funny and poignant show by Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas. Find out more

Ticket information and accessing
events in-person & online

This year's GIFT festival is taking place in Gateshead and online providing digital and in-person spaces for us to come together and experience work and participate in workshop activities.

Tickets are limited and Pay What You Decide

Recommended age rating: 14+

Duration: 1hr
 

Live performance venue:
BALTIC (Gateshead)

South Shore Road

Gateshead

NE8 3BA