You are invited to the launch of LAST ORDERS – IN PROCESS, an exhibition of photographs by ALBERTO SANTOS BELLIDO from the early rehearsals of David Hughes Dance Productions' new Edinburgh Fringe and touring show Last Orders; at The Arches, 253 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G2 8DL on Wednesday 13 July 2011 from 18:00 to 20:00.
Drinks provided and friends welcome.
RSVP – Paddy Cuthbert, Podge Publicity – T: 07968 699636 / E: email@example.com
Further information on LAST ORDERS – IN PROCESS:
Last Orders has come about from David Hughes Dance Productions commissioning a new work of dance-theatre based upon the Sawney Bean cannibal myths from choreographer / director Al Seed. In association with The National theatre of Scotland, the show will debut as part of the British Council showcase and Made in Scotland programmes at the Traverse Theatre during this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The show will then embark on an autumn tour, including dates at The Arches. Full details at www.davidhughesdance.co.uk
Early rehearsals of Last Orders have been documented by photographer Alberto Santos Bellido, also the lighting designer and technical manager for the production. Last Orders – In Process comprises publicity shots, set design concepts, and moments captured during rehearsal.
We hope it reflects the energy, adventurousness, and truly collaborative nature of the production.
David Hughes and Al Seed look forward to seeing you on Wednesday 13 July.
Notes to Editors:
Last Orders is an enthralling new work of dance theatre inspired by the bloody myth of Sawney Bean, the legendary 16th century Scottish cannibal, and his cursed incestuous and multigenerational tribe of relentless killers. It is a hallucinatory journey down the rabbit-hole, through subterranean caves and derelict nightclubs, to a radically different and unstable world of corrupted innocence where nothing is quite what is seems.
Last Orders is the second production in a series of original, engaging and immersive works that bring dark themes and the horror genre to the stage; with cinematic techniques and cross-art form collaboration at their heart. It is the follow-up to 2009's award-winning The Red Room, acclaimed by critics and audiences alike.
David Hughes Dance Productions in association with National Theatre of Scotland present
Venue: Traverse 1, Traverse Theatre [venue 15], Cambridge Street, Edinburgh – http://www.traverse.co.uk/
Dates: Tuesday 16 to Sunday 28 August – not Monday 22 August / Preview Tuesday 16 August
Tue 16 – 10:00, Wed 17- 13:15, Thu 18 – 18:30, Fri 19 – 21:45, Sat 20 – 10:00, Sun 21 – 13:15, Tue 23 – 18:30, Wed 24 – 21:45, Thu 25 – 10:00, Fri 26 – 13:15, Sat 27 – 18:30, Sun 28 Aug – 21:45
Please Note – Suitable for ages 14+
Tickets: ON SALE FROM THURSDAY 09 JUNE 2011
Preview performance – £12 / £6 concs
Main performances - £17 / £12 concs / £6 unemployed, Sun – Thurs;
£19 / £13 concs, Fri – Sat
Traverse Box Office: +44 (0)131 228 1404 / http://www.traverse.co.uk/
Fringe Box Office: +44 (0)131 226 0000
2011 Autumn Tour Dates:
Thursday 22 September – Macphail Centre, Ullapool
Saturday 24 September – Aros, Isle of Skye
Tuesday 27 September – Carriageworks, Leeds
Friday 30 September - Eastgate Arts, Peebles
Saturday 1 October – Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh
Monday 3 October – Universal Hall, Findhorn
Tuesday 4 October – Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
Thursday 6 October – Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld
Friday 7 October – Arches, Glasgow
Saturday 8 October – Macrobert, Stirling
David Hughes Dance – http://www.davidhughesdance.co.uk/
David Hughes Dance (DHD) is fearlessly dedicated to setting the benchmark through commissioning new artisanal work by unique and sophisticated choreographers / directors. The company is committed to stepping out of all comfort zones in order to produce the most honest, authentic and engaging work possible – seeking originality is a priority! With Artistic Director, David Hughes, renowned for his work with major companies – including Rambert Dance Company, Adventures In Motion Pictures and DV8 Physical Theatre – high calibre technical ability is the lynch-pin for the wider range of skills present within DHD.
DHD boasts a nucleus of intelligent, mature and multi-disciplined performers internationally recognised as being at the fore-front of their individual styles. Having access to such diverse skills generates a deep and comprehensive pool of movement vocabulary that in turn enables the company to create groundbreaking, compelling and hugely entertaining work of exquisite beauty and show-stopping impact. DHD aims to develop lasting partnerships with like-minded artists, choreographers and practitioners and is passionately engaged in presenting a comprehensive programme of education and outreach work to increase knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of the artistic work.