Memories 
of 
Suburbia

In the last years of her life Nan and I spoke about our home, Hampton - a town in deepest suburbia. She said people move here to start a family or meet their maker.

I imagine this setting as a threshold. At night I danced in the shadows cast by Hampton's well organised street lights, searching for something beneath the suburb's comfort and shelter.

As I drifted outside Nan was indoors, drifting through the thoughts and feelings of her inner space. This work weaves those two movements together, invoking  Hampton's quiet mood and channeling the emotions found there.
GLASGOW HERALD **** ‘a beautifully tender, wistful solo’

ADRIAN HOWELLS ‘fiercely imaginative and stunningly original’

BELLYFLOP MAG review - click here

Shown at Chisenhale Dance Space/Buzzcut Festival/Luminate Festival/Battersea Arts Centre/Ardingly College. 

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