Murmuyo y Metrayeta (Chile) @ Watch this Space Festival : 30 August – 4 September

Fisura-2 – Murmuyo y Metrayeta (Chile)

Utterly anarchic, totally unpredictable and brilliantly funny; these two clowns from Chile have blown away audiences from around the world with their unique style and impulsive humour.

Fisura-2

Murmuyo y Metrayeta (Chile)

Thu 1 Sep 6.15pm / Fri 2 Sep 1.15pm & 6.15pm

www.wix.com/murmuyoymetralleta

Liberty Festival 2011

Sat 3 & Sun 4 Sep

Presented by the Mayor of London in partnership with the National Theatre and the Southbank Centre.

Liberty is London’s annual disability arts festival. The event provides a platform for amazing new work from Deaf and disabled artists, and this year is hosted in London’s cultural hub; in Theatre Square, the National plays host to some of the UK’s leading dance and circus companies.

For more information on the Liberty Festival visit: www.london.gov.uk

Alive - Deaf Men Dancing

Alive!

Deaf Men Dancing (UK)

Sat 3 Sep 1pm & 3.30pm

Through dance, visual art, sound and spoken language Alive! expresses the interior world and spirit of the dancers, narrating emotional stories that express the true dynamics of what it is to be Alive!  This dynamic collaboration brings together artist Rachel Gadsden, choreographer Mark Smith and Deaf Men Dancing.

www.londondance.com

Spun Productions – StopGAP Dance Company

Spun Productions

StopGAP Dance Company (UK)

Sat 3 Sep 1.30pm & 6.45pm

Full of surprises and subverted humour, Spun Productions is a dance theatre show about the rise and fall of a celebrity wannabe; StopGAP’s disabled and non-disabled performers take the audience through the journey of self re-invention; choreographed by Lucy Bennett.

www.stopgap.uk.com

Wheels on Broadway – Graeae’s Rhinestone Rollers

Wheels on Broadway

Graeae’s Rhinestone Rollers (UK)

Sat 3 Sep 2pm & 4.30pm

The UK’s premier power-wheelchair dancing troupe are storming into Theatre Square with their fabulous new show, interpreting a host of classic musical-theatre songs in their own extraordinary way, aided and abetted by the Muscle Marys; directed by Jenny Sealey and choreographed by Mark Smith.

www.graeae.org

In Search of Master Juba – Fittings Multimedia Arts

In Search of Master Juba

Fittings Multimedia Arts (UK)

Sat 3 Sep 2.30pm & 4pm

A vibrant new street performance fusing the power of the drum, the rattle of the clog and the urgency of street dance to recount the amazing tale of William Henry Lane, the groundbreaking African American entertainer, described by Charles Dickens in 1842 as “the greatest dancer known”.

www.fittings.org.uk

Finding Epiphany – Cirque Nova

Finding Epiphany

Cirque Nova (UK)

Sat 3 Sep 6pm & 10pm, Sun 4 Sept 2pm

Led by Jean-Marie Akkerman, a fourth-generation circus performer, Cirque Nova is a unique circus organisation working specifically with disabled people. Their new show explores the liberating power of circus by combining character work, aerial skills and acrobalance.

www.cirquenova.com

Music: Majagua

Majagua

Tues 30 Aug 6pm

South American folk & Afro-Columbian rhythms.

Until Now – Mimbre (UK)

Until Now

Mimbre (UK)

Wed 31 Aug 6.15pm

Three women with suitcases arrive, headed Here, There and Far Away…  Until Now is a beautifully improbable acrobatic adventure, with a little magic and a few surprises, fashioned from joyful flips and harmonious balances with effortless, breathtaking elegance. Directed by Leandre Ribera.

www.mimbre.co.uk

National Theatre @ South Bank
City of London SE1 9PX

More info

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