Drawing inspiration from rituals and carnivals; mixing voice, multi-channel composition and movement to create a confused clamour, BROUHAHA becomes an exercise in hyperbolic sounds and uses the body as an organ.
This multi-layered experience; at times chaotic, at times a harmonious mess of sonics mashed, spliced and woven with chimeric sequences of movement, BROUHAHA pricks up our ears and sets us up for double-takes.
"BROUHAHA is a nutty carnival, a relentless protest, a passionate ritual or a celebration. A messy silent uproar, fuelled by groups of people’ - Audience quote
Wed 29 May
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BROUHAHA is commissioned by Theatre in the Mill and The Place. Developed with financial support from the National Lottery through the Arts Council of England. Further support from Dance4, Yorkshire Dance, DanceCity, Hull Truck Theatre and La Briqueterie.
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Summer Season 2019