In May, as part of Brighton Festival Fringe the West Hill Hall will host The Karavan Ensemble, a group of international performers combining dance, music, and theatre. Anima is a unique site-specific journey of dance, physical theatre, live music and visual imagery inspired by light and created in the exceptional spirit of The Karavan Ensemble. With lights and stories gathered from Brighton homes, they create a gripping venture into the realms of human nature, like light bearing living threads. Directed by Yael Karavan. For more info and reservations: brightonfestivalfringe.org.uk
May 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29 at 8pm.
You can go directly to West Hill Hall or begin your experience by boarding the Big Lemon Bus (free) at 7.45pm which will be waiting for you outside The Corn Exchange and from where the show will commence.
The Karavan Ensemble is looking for people interested in taking part in 3 weekend workshops in April and May at West Hill Hall during the creation process of Anima. People of all ages are welcome to participate and it will be an opportunity to contribute to the show with your stories relating to light and darkness. We are also interested in any household lights that you would be willing to lend us for the show. Please contact us on email@example.com