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Performances, September 15

New International Encounter (UK/NO): We come from Far, Far Away

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 10:30-11:30

Location: Prøvesalen, Kilden

Inside the tent there is a smaller tent, and inside the smaller tent there is a boy. He has travelled a long way. He has travelled mostly on his own. He can show you the things he has brought with him, he can tell you the reasons for his journey, he can tell about the route he has taken, he can’t tell you where the story ends …

Doni/Solvik/Wunderkammer Produksjoner (SA/NO): Phefumla – To Breathe

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 11:00-12:00

Location: Aladdin Blå

Phefumla (To Breathe) is developed through a devised process with four young men from the township areas surrounding Cape Town. All four have been involved or affected by the gang culture that rules the streets. Through glimpses of their childhood, fragments of good and bad memories, we slowly puzzle the pieces of their young lives together. The performance reveals both fatal choices as well as well-hidden dreams and hopes for the future.

New International Encounter (UK/NO): We come from Far, Far Away

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 12:15-13:15

Location: Prøvesalen, Kilden

Inside the tent there is a smaller tent, and inside the smaller tent there is a boy. He has travelled a long way. He has travelled mostly on his own. He can show you the things he has brought with him, he can tell you the reasons for his journey, he can tell about the route he has taken, he can’t tell you where the story ends …

Artilleriet Produksjoner (NO): Soft Eyes

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 12:20-12:50

Location: Trailer on the outside of Kilden

Soft eyes is a short and intense performance about the refugee crisis. The play is based on the newspaper headline: 71 dead in a truck in Austria, and is about the refugee crisis, the people that run, and the people that receive them. The performance meets the audience with facts and poetry about the greatest humanitarian crisis in years.

Akram Khan Company (UK): Chotto Desh

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 13:00-13:50

Location: Multisalen, Kilden

Akram Khan’s DESH was an instant hit with audiences and critics alike when it was first presented in 2011. Now, Akram Khan Company and director Sue Buckmaster of Theatre-Rites have adapted Khan’s much-loved production specifically for children aged 7+/8+ and their families. Chotto Desh, meaning ‘small homeland’, draws on Khan’s unique quality of crosscultural storytelling, creating a compelling tale of a young man’s dreams and memories from Britain to Bangladesh. Using a unique mix of dance, text, visuals and sound, Chotto Desh celebrates the resilience of the human spirit in the modern world and promises to be a magical, thrilling and poignant dance theatre experience for families to enjoy together.

Artilleriet Produksjoner (NO): Soft Eyes

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 13:20-13:50

Location: Trailer on the outside of Kilden

Soft eyes is a short and intense performance about the refugee crisis. The play is based on the newspaper headline: 71 dead in a truck in Austria, and is about the refugee crisis, the people that run, and the people that receive them. The performance meets the audience with facts and poetry about the greatest humanitarian crisis in years.

Artilleriet Produksjoner (NO): Soft Eyes

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 14:20-14:50

Location: Trailer on the outside of Kilden

Soft eyes is a short and intense performance about the refugee crisis. The play is based on the newspaper headline: 71 dead in a truck in Austria, and is about the refugee crisis, the people that run, and the people that receive them. The performance meets the audience with facts and poetry about the greatest humanitarian crisis in years.

Artilleriet Produksjoner (NO): Soft Eyes

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 16:00-16:30

Location: Trailer on the outside of Kilden

Soft eyes is a short and intense performance about the refugee crisis. The play is based on the newspaper headline: 71 dead in a truck in Austria, and is about the refugee crisis, the people that run, and the people that receive them. The performance meets the audience with facts and poetry about the greatest humanitarian crisis in years.

Doni/Solvik/Wunderkammer Produksjoner (SA/NO): Phefumla – To Breathe

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 18:00-19:00

Location: Aladdin Blå

Phefumla (To Breathe) is developed through a devised process with four young men from the township areas surrounding Cape Town. All four have been involved or affected by the gang culture that rules the streets. Through glimpses of their childhood, fragments of good and bad memories, we slowly puzzle the pieces of their young lives together. The performance reveals both fatal choices as well as well-hidden dreams and hopes for the future.

Theater Artemis (NL): War

Date: 15/09/2017

Time: 18:00-18:50

Location: Intimsalen, Kilden

We wish we had something sensible to say.
But a war is too big a thing even for us.
We are just here to make a show.

Something about a balloon slowly deflating, a nose  bleeding, little helicopters falling down from a tree, a shower crying, audience members shooting and three soldiers roller-skating and talking backwards.