Each person has a story to share. Follow the journey of four individuals exploring and finding where they belong. When someone is feeling alone there is space to be heard and be supported from others. The dance shares an arch of their empathy, support and struggle between each other.
Inspired by stories pre and post pandemic from adults aged over 60 living in East Herts.
Accompanied by a touring dance film.
Choreography by Hannah Pickett Dance
Music by Iain Paxon
Partners with Hertfordshire Libraries
Funded by National Lottery Arts Council England & East Herts District Council
Tickets £6.00 available online and from the library
About Hannah Pickett Dance:
Hannah Pickett is a professional dance artist, choreographer, teacher and improviser based in Milton Keynes. She choreographs, directs and produces exciting, innovative contemporary dance work that inspires a diverse mix of participants and audiences to engage in making and enjoying dance. Her choreographic work ranges from professional group choreography, site-specific work, youth dance and music and dance improvisational performance and has been performed at Greenwich Dance (London), Brighton Fringe Festival, The Old Market Theatre (Hove), OUTPOST Gallery (Norwich) and in Milton Keynes & Amsterdam.
In Summer 2021, Hannah Pickett has collaborated with four local professional dancers to develop a new contemporary dance work that explores themes, ideas and stories of isolation, belonging and resilience. The project is in partnership with the Hertfordshire Library Service and funded by National Lottery Arts Council England and the East Herts District Council.
10 October 2021 at 11:00 - 12:00
Bishop's Stortford Library