The Box by Julia James-Griffiths will be premiering in May as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 18.
Date & Location: 24 May, 19.15pm at Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh
“James-Griffiths and ensemble have created a beautifully raw, thought provoking and insightful performance, which I would urge everybody to go and see” – Rosalind Roux, Talking Heads Reporter
“The work is that rare and beautiful combination of exquisite choreography and thought provoking social commentary presented with flare, feeling and humour…” - Steve Slater, Artistic Director of Citymoves
Scottish Choreographer Julia James-Griffiths will be premiering her new work The Box this year as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 18.
The Box is a full-length contemporary dance theatre piece that explores the impact depression can have on an individual and how our society responds to it; in a way that aims to be innovative, creative, yet accessible.
Through movement, and the playful use of text / spoken word and the physical elements found and used for depression / mental health issues, the work explores the idea of confinement, in its various forms, and what can be produced from it.
The event will end with a post-show discussion with Julia about the work.
To view the trailer of The Box visit: jjgdance.com/the-box
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