6pm and 8.30pm. £12/£10 concessions (if possible, please bring cash when paying on the door). This performance contains a short walk which audiences are invited to participate in. If you have any mobility requirements, please let us know at email@example.com.
It’s funny, intimate, warm, political, a bit livid, powerful, powerless and patient.
Following rules established at the beginning of the show, Jo Fong and Sonia Hughes host a series of six-minute conversations, from unfathomable questions about the state of the world to small questions about the state of your garden. It sounds simple, but in Jo and Sonia’s own words: complexity takes time.
Neither Here Nor There encourages you on an intimate journey through many voices, many perspectives and many lives, posing the question: "how can we live together?"
“A leap of faith.”
– CCQ Magazine
"A stream of directed consciousness between two vested people."
"Inspiring, heartfelt and engaging."
About Jo and Sonia
Jo Fong is a director, choreographer and performer based in Cardiff. Sonia Hughes is a writer and performer. Jo and Sonia have worked together on several project including Wallflower and Entitled for Quarantine and recently Ways of Being Together and The Kitchen Table research as part of Jo’s Creative Wales Award Project 2017. Jo and Sonia contributed to National Theatre Wales' and Quarantine's co-production for Festival of Voice called English.
Sonia's collaborations have been with dancers, directors and visual artists Darren Pritchard, Mark Whitelaw, Mem Morrison, Max Webster, Humberto Velez, Fiona Wright and Eggs Collective. Her extensive work with Quarantine as writer includes the award-winning Susan and Darren, the epic Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring and What is the City But the People? for Manchester International Festival
Neither Here Nor There is commissioned by Peilot and LAUK Diverse Actions, an initiative which champions culturally diverse ambition, excellence and talent in Live Art. Diverse Actions builds on Live Art’s vital role as a practice of artistic innovation and a space to express complex ideas of cultural identity. Neither Here Nor There is presented as part of Chinese Arts Now Festival 2019.
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