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The main entrance of Chapter in the distance, with some plants in the foreground.

Performance

Das Clarks: A Brief History of Difference

  • 1h 5m

Free

Coming soon

Attributes

  • Duration 1h 5m

Being different is a complicated business. It can be exciting, distressing, temporary, permanent, liberating, dangerous, painful, a cause for celebration. It’s about bodies and language, memories and labels, perceptions and assumptions, acceptance and resistance. Join DAR, a queer, neurodivergent, curious, middle-aged Talking Heads fanatic, to consider some tricky questions around the subjects of difference, identity, positioning, labelling and belonging.

Brought to you by Das Clarks and Jo Fong with Becky Davies, A Brief History of Difference is an interactive theatre piece rooted in conversation, knowledge sharing, questioning, personal narrative and performance.

A Brief History of Difference is for anyone who considers themself a person of difference and anyone who wonders what it would be like to be or live differently.

ACCESS:

The performance on Friday 1 March will be accompanied by BSL interpretation by Claire Anderson

The Thursday 29 February performance will be audio-described, please speak to Front of House on arrival, or email [email protected] with at least 48 hours notice to arrange.


Audio Flyer:

Stream Audio Flyer AD for A Brief History of Difference from Chapter

You can listen to an Audio Description of the set here:

Stream Audio Introduction, A Brief History Of Difference[1] by Chapter | Listen online for free on SoundCloud

Stream Vignettes From A Brief History Of Difference[1] by Chapter | Listen online for free on SoundCloud

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