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23 Nov 2013 20:00

Krepsko: Alma and Amanda

The Prague-based Czech-Finnish theatre group Krepsko comes to London to perform their show Alma and Amanda as part of ‘Currency: A European Exchange of Performed Ideas’. Krepsko combines black humour and poetic playfulness, expressed through absurdist theatre and fragile clownery. Alma and Amanda is the second independent part of Twilogy, a trilogy of stories about two people, about couples and doubles, of being not quite one.

Tickets: £17 (£14 concessions)

Alma and Amanda by Krepsko is a part of a double bill, together with As it Fell by Marisa Cabal and Stav Yeini (Belgium)
In As It Fell, the filmed images function as an extension of the performer’s body and vice versa. Movement is not only located in the body, it travels through the stage jumping from media to media. As It Fell provokes an active reflection on our position as observers of movement, performance, film and media; of our perception of reality through many filters of information.

How Currency Evenings Work
Your ticket includes dinner in the Place Cafe and a short pre-show sharing of a ‘blind-date’ between choreographers from the UK and their peers from the festival.

  • The Place Cafe will serve dinner to ticket holders from 6-7.45pm
  • When booking select one of the three time slots for the half-hour pre-show sharings at 6.30pm, 7pm or 7.30pm
  • The Main stage shows are at 8pm

The Place, 17 Duke's Road, London WC1H 9PY UK


23 Nov 2013 20:00


Czech Center is a coorganizer of the event

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