Sat 30th Jun
Greenwich & Docklands International Festival: Baroque Box
@ Old Royal Naval College, London
Featuring: Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre
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Greenwich & Docklands International Festival: Baroque Box: Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre
Critically acclaimed Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre invites you to peep into the fantastical imagination of a Baroque artist. With a live new score by Celloman, a large black box becomes the window into 17th century ideas about the human body.
Part of a ten-day rollercoaster of theatre, dance and spectacle.
The best of UK and international street arts will bring extraordinary sights and sounds to Greenwich and East London in this historic Olympic Year.
Expect to experience everything from awesome night-time spectaculars, stunning theatre productions to captivating dance performances.
'A thrilling showcase of high octane performing arts that use architectural landmarks as their backdrop' (The Sunday Times).
Visit www.festival.org for further information.
Elastic in their flexible and inventive use of space, Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre's productions can best be described as a cross between dance theatre and contemporary opera, exploring cutting edge ideas in the combination of vocal music, devised texts and contemporary dance.
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Venue: Old Royal Naval College
→ Greenwich 11 min walk
→ Maze Hill 12 min walk
→ Crossharbour 18 min walk