These intimate performances, choreographed by the critically acclaimed dancer Dane Hurst, give form to the emotional tensions, psychological resonances and physical impulses on display in Ribera: Art of Violence. Expect to be challenged, entertained and enlightened.
Timing and tickets details:
- Entry is free with a Sunday ticket to Ribera: Art of Violence.
- Viewing spaces within the Mausoleum will be allocated on a first-come basis.
- Performances are in the Mausoleum at 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30am, 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm each Sunday during Ribera: Art of Violence.*
- Each performance lasts 15 minutes.
- Please note, the 4.30pm performance will not be open to the public on the following dates: 14 October, 11 November, 9 December and 13 January.
*Throughout November there will be special performances choreographed by local young people every Sunday.
Youth project: Animalis Instinctu
Join us in November for special performances choreographed by local young people. Working with Animalis director and choreographer Dane Hurst, young people have used art, performance and spoken word to explore their responses to the themes of violence. Formed from their own individual perspectives, the unique choreography that results will be performed by a solo dancer, Stephen Quildan, with the young people's vocals accompanying the music.
Performances will be at 1.30pm and 2.30pm every Sunday throughout November, and at the Gallery Late on 23 November. Each performance lasts 8 minutes.
Animalis cast & crew:
Director/ Choreography - Dane Hurst
Dancers - Isabel Alvarez, Tania Dimbelolo, Emma Watson, Stephen Quildan (Animalis Instinctu)
Music - Nikki Forova, Giles Swayne (Animalis Instinctu), Neville Thomas (Animalis Instinctu)
Costume and Set Designer - Ana Inés Jabares Pita