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‘Out’ – An Award Winning Duet

Defiantly challenging homophobia and transphobia across our communities, ‘Out’ is a duet – a conversation between two bodies, which bravely carves out a new kind of space, reclaiming Dancehall and celebrating queerness amongst the bittersweet scent of oranges.

Winner of the 2017 South East Dance A Place to Dance Brighton Fringe Award and nominated for the 2017 Total Theatre & The Place Award for Dance.

An interdisciplinary performance inspired by ongoing global struggles for LGBTQIA+ rights, this show is a defiant challenge to the status quo. Bravely embracing personal, political and cultural dissonance, this work smashes through our violent colonial histories to reimagine, reclaim and celebrate our delicious queer future.

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“We’re vibing, shape-shifting in a bid for acceptance”

Matt Burman, Artistic Director at Cambridge Junction said: “I last saw OUT at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017 and the sense memories I have of the show are so strong and clear. Ray Young was last with us with BODIES, that was presented in a swimming pool, and this re-make of OUT shows what a vital and constantly innovative artist they are.”

“Powerful images inspired by the lives of gay men and transgender women in Jamaica….inspired dance, a beautiful use of lighting, and an avalanche of oranges” ★★★★ The Scotsman

“a powerfully eloquent danced dialogue… performed with both calm reserve and concentrated intensity” ★★★★ The Stage

“…challenges gender conformity and normativity, through raw and pure physical expression. The two performers bare it all on stage, and take us on a demanding emotional, intense and stimulating journey, elegantly highlighted by oranges.” ★★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals magazine.

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