Father Politics, which has its UK premiere at the Coronet Theatre in November, reflects what company founder and director Muhammed Kaltuk, who was born in Switzerland into a Turkish family, describes as his sense of powerlessness in the face of politics, the feeling that you are not represented.
Choreographed by Kaltuk to Clockworked by the Swiss composer Tobias Herzog, Father Politics is billed as being 'about the energies that arise when you become politicised and get something moving.'
Here's the enticing trailer for Father Politics:
Father Politics is performed by a group of eight dancers, all strong individuals given their own specific solos, and all able to bring their own energy to bear on powerful ensemble sequences.
|Company MEK, Father Politics, Coronet Theatre
|The Coronet Theatre, Print Room, 103 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3LB | MAP
|Notting Hill Gate (underground)
23 Nov 23 – 24 Nov 23, 19:30 Dur.: 60 mins no interval
|£20-£30 (concessions 20% off)
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