Nora Invites Deborah Hay — Where Home Is

24 & 25 April 2019

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Lilian Baylis Studio

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R

 

 

Nora is dancers Stephanie McMann, Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley, three friends who have been dancing together with zeal, humour and love for almost a decade. They have invited the American choreographer Deborah Hay, who has been making exquisite, radical dances for over 50 years, to make a new piece for them to perform.
Where Home Is is a trio for three dancers, a trio in which the ‘trio’ itself is their home. They sing it, dance it, see it and find one another in it.  
“Gone the predator, no do-gooders around, everything moves, inextricably bound.” – Deborah Hay on Where Home Is
After the performance of Where Home Is Nora will host Playing Audience, an experiment devised by Hay and Nora that offers the audience the opportunity to see the stage through an entirely new lens.
‘”They are intellectually curious, funny and rude, possessed of chameleon stage talents and a taste for risk.” The Guardian on Nora

Nora is dancers Stephanie McMann, Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley, three friends who have been dancing together with zeal, humour and love for almost a decade. They have invited the American choreographer Deborah Hay, who has been making exquisite, radical dances for over 50 years, to make a new piece for them to perform.

Where Home Is is a trio for three dancers, a trio in which the ‘trio’ itself is their home. They sing it, dance it, see it and find one another in it.  

“Gone the predator, no do-gooders around, everything moves, inextricably bound.” – Deborah Hay on Where Home Is

After the performance of Where Home Is Nora will host Playing Audience, an experiment devised by Hay and Nora that offers the audience the opportunity to see the stage through an entirely new lens.

‘”They are intellectually curious, funny and rude, possessed of chameleon stage talents and a taste for risk.” The Guardian on Nora

Lilian Baylis Studio

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R