Declining Solo

Two Destination Language

6 Jun 7 Jun
A woman returns to visit her family home and misses the one thing she values most: the father she remembers.

Declining Solo is about the relationship between a father and daughter, between a person and their culture. It’s about migration and home and what it means to belong in a place. It’s about who we are.

Combining text with choreography, video and specially commissioned music, Declining Solo invites you inside one woman’s memories of the family home where she grew up. Populated by stories of communism, war, merriment and family, she shapes a world from paper and projection as she seeks the father she has lost.

Memories, folklore, political turmoil and family history combine in a celebration of life and our shared stories.

Produced in association with Salisbury Arts Centre, ARC Stockton, The Point Eastleigh and Dance4.

Duration: 65 minutes
Age recommendation: 12+

Early Bird: Book by Tue 9 May and save 10%

Please note that latecomers may not be admitted.

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