Site specific performances are unique, individual encounters, and this year’s in SITU brings experienced and creative choreographers and performers contributing a diverse array of responses to the presentation.
Centring on the relationship between the mother and son of a wealthy family in post war Britain, Coward’s play is simultaneously an account of shifting social norms and a rather well disguised moral tract.
Beethoven, Beer, Bratwurst … and Bjork! continues to be a hit, and for good reason. Part of its genius is the juxtaposition between “high” and “low” culture it enacts when it takes the granddaddy of classical music and places him in a shed in Freo.