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Last year's smash-
A Simple Space is simultaneously raw, frantic and delicate. Supported by live percussion and presented so intimately that you can feel the heat, hear every breath, and be immersed in every moment.
Instead of fine-
lighting and contrived theatrical overlay, the cast have
deliberately gone the opposite way. The audience sits
close to the stripped back stage. In that space, without
reserve, the performers break down their usual guards
and introduce the reality of failure and weakness.
With nowhere left to hide, personal narratives come
through naturally. This honesty is the essence behind
A Simple Space.
A Simple Place is part of Udderbelly Festival which runs from 9th April – 19th July 2015. Now in its 7th year, Udderbelly’s iconic upside-
Ed Bartlam and Charlie Wood, Directors of Underbelly, say ‘we can scarcely believe that this will be Udderbelly’s 7th year at Southbank Centre and our 4th year with London Wonderground. We created
these festivals with the very clear ambition of wanting to give Londoners an affordable and eclectic mix of fabulous live entertainment but within a true festival environment in the very
heart of London. We’re very excited about this year’s festivals and can’t wait to get the Cow’s legs up in the air and the mirrors polished on that Spiegeltent again.’
Udderbelly Festival at Southbank Centre,
Jubilee Gardens, off Belvedere Road,
London, SE1 8XX .
Tuesday 21st April – Sunday 24th May Tuesday to Friday, 7.30pm Saturday and Sunday, 6pm
Saturday matinees, 2.30pm
How long can you hold your breath for? How many back flips can you do in one go?
Can you stand on your head? Or… could you stand on somebody else's?
Harry Christophers & The Sixteen
The Choral Pilgrimage 2015 Flight of Angels
Music by two masters of the Spanish Renaissance:
Francisco Guerrero & Alonso Lobo