Two award winning dance performances are coming to the Capstone Theatre this month
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Two captivating dance performances are coming to The Capstone Theatre in Liverpool this October.
The city’s iconic multi-arts venue has an exciting programme of diverse entertainment throughout the Autumn/Winter season, including two very special evenings of stunning choreography.
What Songs May Do is the highly anticipated first full-evening production by award-winning choreographer, former National Dance Company Wales dancer and Rendez-Vous dance artistic director Mathieu Geffré. Revealed by Nina Simone’s songs, this duet on 19th October at The Capstone will expose – with an unapologetic passion – the fractured relationship of a once romantic couple as they delve into their past in an attempt to rebuild their future together.
Through Simone’s music, this dance piece shines a light on our deep rooted connection to memories through music and proposes the power of what songs may do. Poetic, passionate, physical and emotional, What songs may do… is an inclusive dance piece that celebrates love in all its diversity.
Your Heart is Too Loud is a new dance work about love, loss, memory and resolution – performed by a group of extraordinary dance artists.
The show looks at what it means to live fully in the moment, and asks: what we might change if given just months, weeks, days to live.
The piece on 26th October at the Capstone will explore our search for joy and our longing to connect, looking at the end of things and the brink of new beginnings – with tenderness, honesty and humour.
The Capstone Theatre is a stunning concert venue for leading national and international musicians, with a vibrant multi-arts programme featuring concerts by some of the best local musicians, spoken word events, radio broadcasts, plays, dance performances and film screenings.