“In Retrospect” by LOCO7 Dance Puppet Theatre Company (Colombia) : 15th – 19th July, London

“In Retrospect,” the LOCO7 Dance Puppet Theatre Company, led by by Colombian born Federico Restrepo, investigates how we each construct our personal memory box: how we keep our memories fresh and preserve the things that made us who we are.

These include our mothers’ embraces, lost loves, childhood dreams, ideals of youth and struggles of age, loss and birth. The show is fantastical and will use Wilton’s in a truly imaginative way. It was conceived and created by Federico Restrepo and Denise Greber; music composed by Elizabeth Swados.

Wilton’s is delighted to be presenting their first international artists from the Americas (Colombia/USA). 

Dates: Friday 15th July – Tuesday 19th July,
two performances on Saturday
Times: Evening 7:30pm, matinee 3pm (Saturday 16th July)
Prices: £10
Food: Tapas available from the bar
N/B: No show on Sunday 17th July
Wilton’s Music Hall, Graces Alley, London E1 8JB 

For Further Information: loco7.org

Loco7 coming soon to Wilton's Music Hall theatre in East London

 

 

 

 

 

 

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