Esprit Concrete | Battersea Circus Garden

Grit

Esprit Concrete's brand new dynamic show 'Grit' tells a compelling story of beauty, struggle and resilience through theatre, contemporary dance and Parkour.

1983: Wandsworth has been experiencing deep changes since the Battersea power station laid dormant. A young girl introduces us to her Father’s life, from the glorious days of being celebrated as an accomplished boxer to the impact of a mental condition and breaks through the impact this has had on her.

Georgia Munroe - Parkour from Adam on Vimeo.

Parkour / Art du Deplacement, dance and storytelling combine in this brand new piece by Esprit Concrete's performance collective. Two extraordinary female artists explore issues around mental health and personal struggle, using their bodies to express what words cannot say.

Supported by Wandsworth Arts Fringe through Wandsworth Grant Fund.

Info
The Big Top: 11 May, 7.00pm ‐ 8.00pm,
The Big Top: 13 May, 4.00pm ‐ 5.00pm
£13/£10 concessions, early bird £10
The Big Top
Shillington Park
169 Este Road
SW11 2TT
Tel 07791 087582
louiseannepcwong@gmail.com

Categories:

CircusDanceTheatre & Performance

Accessiblity:

Mostly Visual
Level Access
Wheelchair Access
Accessible Toilet