Dance City, Temple Street

Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4BR

T: (0191) 269 5581

E: ad@fertileground.org.uk

Fertile Ground is funded by Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grants, Sir James Knott Trust, Newcastle Culture Investment Fund, Foyle Foundation, Polish Cultural Institute and Thirplow Trust and is supported by Sunderland College, Newcastle College and Dance City.

Fertile Ground is the trading name of Fertile Ground Limited
Registered in England and Wales (No.10599285)
Registered charity number 1180001

Fertile Ground image credits: Kevin Wong, Alan Brown, Brian Slater.
Wendy Houstoun 
headshot: Ben Slater. Olivia Paddison headshot: Jack Thompson. Megan Otty headshot: Chris Nash. Ashling McCann headshot: Imogen Mansfield.

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“Marvellous, unusual 

rigorous choreography” 
Audience Member, Twilight Dances 2019

2019 TOUR: TWILIGHT DANCES

An inspiring evening of dance and live music
 

In 2019 we are inviting audiences to enjoy new work created by Fertile Ground’s artistic directors, Wiser and Dzierzon, accompanied by a live performance of Franz Schubert’s beautiful String Quartet No.14  (Death and the Maiden). Opening the evening at The Maltings in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Dance City in Newcastle upon Tyne, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building in Oxford and at Stone Nest in London, is a new film commission by celebrated movement and theatre artist Wendy Houstoun.

Age suitability: 8+ 

#TwilightDances

TOUR DATES

Sunderland College, Arts Academy

Monday 20 May, 7pm

Jarrow Hall

Monday 27 May, 1.30pm

The Maltings, Berwick-upon-Tweed

Friday 7 June, 7pm

Gosforth Civic Theatre

Sunday 9 June, 5pm

Dance City, Newcastle upon Tyne

Thursday 17 October, 7.30pm

Stone Nest, London
Monday 21 October, 7.30pm

Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, Oxford

Wednesday 23 October, 7.30pm

“…as it draws to a close musicians and dancers freeze; the lighting fades to blackout. Silence for a long moment and then, when you thought it would never happen, the audience bursts into enthusiastic applause. Well justified applause, I have to say.” 

The British Theatre Guide, Twilight Dances 2019

“The company of four dancers… have a confidence and sureness in even the most complex of movements which belie their years.” 

The British Theatre Guide, Twilight Dances 2019

!!! Video: Wendy Houstoun tells us about her new film

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