GRACE SURMAN presents Mother Load at The Arts Centre, Edge Hill University on Thursday, October 19 at 7.30pm.
Mother Load is an uplifting and powerful choreographic work in two parts, reflecting on relationships between parent and child.
In part one, Things Stack Up, Grace’s solo performance uses the subject of education to explore notions of play, agency, risk and physicality.
In part two, Performance with Hope, Grace and her 10-year-old daughter share the stage making decisions together; Grace is trying her best to raise a woman in front of you.
Yorkshire-based Grace Surman works around the terms performance (art), live art, theatre and choreography; in Mother Load she invites you to question her as an artist, a woman and a mother.
Tickets: £10/£8 concessions/ £5 Edge Hill University students and school parties of 10 or more; free for Edge Hill University students who have signed up to The Arts Centre’s free membership scheme.
The running time is 95 minutes (including an interval).
To find out more or to book visit www.edgehill.ac.uk or call 01695 584480. CHAMBER Music Edge Hill will feature violin and accordian duo AdLibitum at The Arts Centre on October 18.
Andrea and Djordje Gajic make up the duo, AdLibitum.
Both extremely proficient artists in their own solo careers, together they perform an exciting repertoire and have given concerts in Scotland, England, Serbia, and at the Victoria International Arts Festival in Gozo, Malta.
The concert starts at 7pm with reception at 6pm.
This is a free performance but booking is required.
To book your ticket or for further details, visit the university website www. edgehill.ac.uk or call 01695 584480.