The Quiet Man Suite - Boys Dancing / Cost of Living / She's Like a Forest Fire 10th March 7.30pm - Tickets are free!
"As part of the dance, diversity and culture season in Medway and alongside the 11 Million Reasons exhibition at Nucleus Arts Centre, The Underground Cinema is screening a selection of films related to dance.
To find out about the connected events and 11 Million Reasons to Dance please visit http://www.enjoymedway.org/events/search?event-category=1&area=All"
The Quiet Man Suite - Boys Dancing: Over 700 boys from across the UK came together from their schools and youth centres to take part in this unique project to make six films linked by theme, but each distinctive and individual.
Cost of Living : Directed by Lloyd Newson, the founder of DV8 Physical Theatre, the film uses dance, dialogue and physical theatre to tell the story of two street performers and their interaction with other performers in Cromer, a seaside resort town, at the end of the summer season. The film has won a number of awards.
She's Like A Forest Fire, Unstoppable : A dance/ art film created by choreographer Daisy Farris and visual artist Nicola Flower. The film was created as part of the IN-SITE project in 2015. IN-SITE Public Realm Commission was a site-specific, collaborative project which saw artists working in collaborative pairs to create temporary work along the Rochester Riverside. Daisy and Nicola collaborated to create this film which tells the story of an estranged local character. Set on Sun Pier in Chatham, the work is an abstract unfolding of this characters life and memory.
These films have been rated 16+ therefore under 16s cannot attend unless parents are also in attendance.