Crackle. Dust. (2019)

 

Crackle. Dust. is an unveiling of women’s resilience, a call to action and a sharing of power.

Made in collaboration with women from the North, the work shares their experiences of endings that have had a life changing impact through exquisite choreography, live sound and spoken word.
Performed by an exquisitely diverse ensemble of 7 female performers Crackle. Dust. witnesses and celebrates the silence breakers, survivors and the hopeful in our region whilst remaining universal.

With special thanks to the women who have shared their experiences with us in order to inform the work.

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In 2019 Crackle. Dust. toured to:
13th April @ Kala Sangam, Bradford:
23rd April @ The Great Hall, Hexham Abbey:
26th April @ STUN, Manchester:
27th April @ Dance City, Newcastle:
1st May @ Arc, Stockton:
4th May @ Byker Community Centre:
In preparation for our 2019 tour of Crackle. Dust. Artistic Director, Nadia spent 3 weeks in August, exploring the methods we will use to share the experiences of women from across the North in our final production. This film offers an insight to the work and our co-creation method.

If you were one of the women who co-created with us to make Crackle. Dust. and would like to receive a copy of the filmed premiere please email: pippa@companyofothers.org.uk with your name and address by 1st October 2019 to receive a copy in the post.

Crackle. Dust. is supported by public funding through Arts Council National Lottery Grants with additional commissioning support from Arc Stockton, Dance City, GemArts, Kala Sangam, Newcastle Culture Investment Fund, Northumberland County Council and Well Newcastle Gateshead.