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Marc Brew Company presents (i)land

Island - Marc Brew24/25th July 2014 (1pm & 4pm)
South Brunswick Street, Glasgow

(i)land is an outdoor dance piece exploring themes of identity, belonging, survival and independence.

Three people find themselves abandoned on a deserted island with only each other for support. As they explore they gradually start to discover the pieces of a vehicle – buried in the sand – that can take them off the island. They work together to build the craft, only to discover that it won’t carry all of them.

Marc Brew Company fuses fierce physicality with tender expression to explore emotional narratives in dance. Grounded in contemporary technique and classical ballet and drawing on the unique physicality of each performer, the work with disabled and non-disabled artists is honest, unsentimental and recognisably human.

For more information about (i)land and Marc brew Company visit our website: www.marcbrew.com/marc-brew-company/productions/iland/

Additional information

(i)land is part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme and it has been co-commissioned by the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme Open Fund, Without Walls, Greenwich + Docklands Festival, Hat Fair, Mintfest and Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival. The show will be appearing as part of Festival 2014 – the massive Games-time celebration in Glasgow running alongside the sporting action, transforming the city with an invigorating mix of entertainment, culture and enjoyment filling the streets, spaces and stages of Glasgow.

Performance Details

Age Range: Suitable for all ages
Running Time: 25mins (approx.)
Additional detail: Outdoor performance. Wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately for the weather.

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