Tuesday 29th April & Wednesday 30th April.
Doors open at 7pm.
The show begins at 7.30pm.
Buy tickets by visiting The Black-E in person, reserve tickets by phoning us, or buy directly from us online below. (Please state the date, and the number of tickets required in all communications).
The Black-E, Great George Street, Liverpool, L1 5EW.
Tel:0151 709 5109
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Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Tickets are also available from the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall from the links below.
Tickets for Tuesday 29th April Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
News from Nowhere:
Tickets may also be purchased from the News from Nowhere bookshop in Liverpool. News from Nowhere 96 Bold St, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 4HY
(please visit them in person, stating your refered date for the performance and the number of tickets required).
‘A unique and atmospheric show... you made me cry, goddammit!’ Audience member - Circomedia
About the show
On roller-skates and in the air, two women revisit the interweaving stories of their past lives and loves - from the post-war optimism of the late 1940s to the domestic realities of the 1950s and beyond.
Bella Kinetica’s new production combines circus disciplines with traditional theatrical devices to create an innovative show that tells a moving story. With evocative use of recorded memories and music from the eras, alongside breathtaking physical feats, we will give the audience a new perspective on the enduring friendship of women.
The show is performed entirely on roller-skates. This gives the characters opportunities to represent physically the metaphors of their lives - spinning circles round each other, rolling in and out of each other’s lives - and sometimes entirely lifting off into the air.
Life On Wheels Showreel: http://tinyurl.com/p5koxex
About the company:
The award winning contemporary circus company Bella Kinetica was founded in 2008 by Lisa Truscott and Jessie Rose, and specialises in aerial and roller-skating acts. They are one of the few all-female acts to perform a trick roller-skating act of this kind. Lisa and Jessie’s backgrounds are in a wide range of the performing arts, including music, dance and drama. This gives their work a theatrical edge, as they use character, comedy and choreography to enhance their work.
Over the last five years the duo has achieved critical acclaim by winning both The Stage’s variety act competition and the Emma Insley Aerial Creation Award, as well as development grants from Lab:time, and the Arts Council England.
It was a love of both aerial and roller-skating, which prompted the thought – what would happen if we combined the two? Could these skills be used to tell a story?