“A narrative that speaks of the equilibrium of life…intense, raw and beautiful to experience”
– Broadway World
“Charged, cogent and ultimately redemptive’ – The Times
“Mesmerising, invigorating and psychologically provocative”
– The Upcoming
“There’s a real pain in these scenes, and skill in both composition and performance”
– The Guardian
All life is balance. With happiness and light must come darkness. Boy Blue’s new dance theatre production investigates those irreversible moments in life and how they can affect us in different ways.
Audiences are invited to take a leap into the void, as nine dancers begin an introspective journey exploring how, after trauma, we may find inner peace. Intrigued by how the mind seeks to put things in order (from the Gaelic verb ‘redd’), Boy Blue contrast a lo-fi hip hop score with powerful choreography.
Commissioned by the Barbican
Produced by Boy Blue
Co-produced by Lincoln Centre’s White Light Festival and HOME Manchester
Barbican performances presented in association with Dance Umbrella
With thanks to BA (Hons) Dance:Urban Practice Programme – Uni of E London
Supported using public funding
by Arts Council, England.
Kenrick ‘H2O’ Sandy Choreographer
Michael ‘Mikey J’ Asante Composer
Ryan Dawson Laight Costume Designer
Charlie Morgan Jones Lighting Designer
Benji Reid Photography
Kenrick ‘H2O’ Sandy
Shannelle ‘Tali’ Fergus