NEPTUNALIA Cscape Dance Company, SALT 2016

May 13, 2016

NEPTUNALIA

Cscape Dance Company

Trebah Garden | Tues 26th / Wed 27th / Thurs 28th July | 7.30pm
Tues 2nd SHOW CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER / Wed 3rd (ONE OFF PAY WHAT YOU CAN show!) / Thurs 4th, Tues 9th / Wed 10th / Thurs 11th* August | 7.30pm
(*11th August has two shows: 6pm and 9pm)

£ Ticket price: £12.00 / £8 (U16’s) / U5’s go free / Family ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £30.00

Post show food can be ordered through the box office.
Ticket holders can enjoy Trebah Garden from 2pm on the day of the performance. (Excl. Pay What You Can day, Wed 3rd).

To Book:
Call: 01726 879500 | Online: www.crbo.co.uk/salt2016
Or in person at the Tourist Offices in:
St Ives, Penzance, Falmouth, Truro, St Austell, Bodmin, Looe, Liskeard & Launceston plus Heartlands, Redruth, Bookends, Fowey.


What they say

Take the plunge, the water’s lovely, taste the wine and the salty bubbly On a storm filled night when clouds were the colour of bad tempers, the briny sea separated Neptune from his son Neleus. But it’s been years and today, something has washed up on the beach that is neither fish nor bird nor boat. It’s the morning of The Neptunalia Ball, but what or who has arrived? Told through dance, story and installation, this is an odyssey of growing up and leaving home. Of prodigal sons and daughters, tattoo parlours, journeys and mysteries.

Cscape Dance Company collaborate with writer Anna Maria Murphy (Kneehigh/BBC Radio 4) and Cornish dancer/choreographer Tom Jackson Greaves (Matthew Bourne/Kneehigh) to bring you Neptunalia at Trebah: a feast for the heart, soul and belly; culminating in celebrations, food, drinks and dancing on the beach.

What we say

Leaving home is a story we all relate to: to search out independence, to support ourselves, to be closer to work, family, the sea; to travel in the name of a better life. Through wit, warmth, beauty and dancing, Cornwall’s leading dance company will take us all on a journey in which we’ll recognise a Neptune, a mother, and a child. A delight for all the family!

Access: Please note this is a promenade performance and will take place on foot moving around the garden. Sensible footwear, dress for the weather, and for the late show on August 11th, bring a torch! NB: There is a bar on the beach at the end of the performance. Food also available, though it should be pre-ordered (through the box office) to avoid disappointment.

Credits

Choreography: Tom Jackson Greaves, Writer: Anna Maria Murphy, Original Music: Seamus
Carey, Design: Fiona Chivers, Artistic Director: Sally Knight , Producer: Sasha Dobrota, Commissioned by
Dance Republic 2 . Photo: Steve Tanner

Costumes made by students at Plymouth College of Art, with thanks.

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