Monday 11 March - Friday 15 March
What does it mean to care for our bodies, ourselves, and each other in times of personal and collective pain?
Sarah Hopfinger will join us in residence ahead of taking her critically acclaimed performance Pain and I on tour across Scotland.
A bold exploration into chronic pain experience, Pain and I unashamedly celebrates the rich complexities of living with pain. Layering playful choreography, experimental dance, intimate autobiographical text and original classical music composition by Alicia Jane Turner, Hopfinger asks: ‘what can pain teach us?’ in this powerful, honest, and compelling solo performance.
Music and Sound Composition – Alicia Jane Turner
Graphic Score designers – Michaela Pointon & Rachel O’Neill
Images – Brian Hartley
Dramaturgy & Movement Direction – Laura Bradshaw
Producer – Stories Untold Productions
Press – Joy Parkinson
BSL Interpreter – Rachel Amey
About Sarah Hopfinger
Dr Sarah Hopfinger (She/Her) is an artist and researcher, working across live art, choreography, theatre, disability and crip practices, queerness, ecology and environmentalism. She is a lecturer and researcher in contemporary performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Supported through our In-Kind Studio Space & Support programme