In this new piece of musical theatre, composer Orlando Gough explores breath through the voices of Rebecca Askew, Anna Dennis, Melanie Pappenheim, who sing about breath from birth to death, supported by a chorus of respiratory patients.Read More
Voice 2013 - Frontiers 2014
Explores a view of medicine that exceeds the technical: one elaborated by the arts, philosophy and the imagination as much as science, and one that insists on care and human understanding as much as treatment. Contributors include writers, clergy, artists, poets, philosophers, lawyers, linguists, musicians, dramatists, patients and doctors. Open to the public, healthcare staff and policy-makers, the results are resonant, provocative, sometimes funny and often moving. Come and join the debate - be inspired.
JOHN is a new verbatim dance-theatre work by Lloyd Newson, Artistic Director of DV8 Physical Theatre. Newson interviewed more than 50 men asking them frank questions about love and sex. One of those men was John.
Photo (Hannes Langolf) by Hugo GlendinningRead More
In a solo voice-theatre performance delivered within MK Gallery’s Cadences exhibition, acclaimed performer Melanie Pappenheim sings three uplifting songs about hitting the ground in a response to the themes of falling, destruction and gravity.
Co-commissioned by IF: 2014 and MK Gallery
Devised by performer Melanie Pappenheim and director Emma Bernard
Featured composers - Paul Clark: Coloro, Orlando Gough: Falling and Errollyn Wallen: Daedalus.
This concert features the world première of Anxiety Fanfare and Variations for Voices, a new work by acclaimed composer Jocelyn Pook commissioned by the Mental Health Foundation for Anxiety 2014Read More