Purposeless Movements @ Edinburgh International Festival

I’m excited to announce that  Purposeless Movements , the 2016 award winning production by  Birds of Paradise  theatre company returns this summer for a run at  Edinburgh International Festival 2019.    Purposeless Movements  is a visually stunning dance theatre piece that riffs on the stories of four guys with cerebral palsy, how it affects their lives, their gender, their masculinity and their movement.  I’ll be performing the score live, this time with the brilliant Jill O’Sullivan (formerly of  Sparrow and the Workshop  and now  Jill Lorean ). The sound world is raw, powerful and delicate using the instrumentation of electric guitars, piano, violin and voice which will be looped and processed.  We’ll be performing at  The Studio  from 19-24 August 2019. Please check out the  EIF  website for ticket booking and show times.  Several festival shows are already sold out and for those who can’t make those dates we are previewing on the 16th and 17th August at  The Beacon Arts Centre  in Greenock.  See you there!

I’m excited to announce that Purposeless Movements, the 2016 award winning production by Birds of Paradise theatre company returns this summer for a run at Edinburgh International Festival 2019.

Purposeless Movements is a visually stunning dance theatre piece that riffs on the stories of four guys with cerebral palsy, how it affects their lives, their gender, their masculinity and their movement.

I’ll be performing the score live, this time with the brilliant Jill O’Sullivan (formerly of Sparrow and the Workshop and now Jill Lorean). The sound world is raw, powerful and delicate using the instrumentation of electric guitars, piano, violin and voice which will be looped and processed.

We’ll be performing at The Studio from 19-24 August 2019. Please check out the EIF website for ticket booking and show times.

Several festival shows are already sold out and for those who can’t make those dates we are previewing on the 16th and 17th August at The Beacon Arts Centre in Greenock.

See you there!

dancescott twynholm