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HU1: A curated evening of dance HU1: A curated evening of dance HU1: A curated evening of dance

HU1: A curated evening of dance

2016 – Commissioned by Hull Dance

Lola Maury curated an exciting evening for Hull Dance with three quirky shows – each involving voice, singing and props. An evening of high quality contemporary works set to lift you into strange and fun worlds under the cover of sunny Fruit warehouse.

Monday 10th October 2016
Fruit Warehouse, Hull
62-63 Humber Street, Hull HU1 1TU
7.30pm | £7


Featuring works from

BLOODY NORA! By Liz Aggiss

This is a story of competitiveness, hormones and friendship where shit tricks become cheap laughs, and a Bach is worse that its bite. BLOODY NORA! is inspired and framed by clippings, offcuts, personal history, archives and assorted individuals: Malvina McGuire, Niddy Impekoven, Max Wall, Hilde Holger, an enthusiastic sock seller in Singapore and domestic drivel.

‘intellectually curious, funny and rude, possessed of chameleon stage talents and a taste for risk.’ The Guardian

Commissioned by Sadler’s Wells and DanceEast Co-commissioned by South East Dance

Hallo Spaceboy

Hallo Spaceboy charts the final moments of Tom, an astronaut stranded in outer space. Full of humour and crippling self -doubt, Spaceboy guides us though
Tom’s world of dramatic impossibilities with a song, a dance, and just a little bit of masturbation. Part surreal rock gig, part tragic admission of failure, part cheap David Bowie rip-off, Hallo Spaceboy invites you to lace up your moonboots and leave the capsule, if you dare.

“Hobbs is like the Captain Haddock of space, replacing every ‘blistering barnacle’ with a hearty ‘fu*k’, he ambushes us with his world and it is unique.” Bellyflop

A dance for the enf of the world by James Morgan

Inspired by big budget catastrophe movies, wedding speeches and town hall fetes, James Morgan is here to prepare you for one last goodbye. This is a communal celebration of the apocalypse. Sit back and put aside the gory details of climate change, global politics and war because when the dancing stops, the world will end.

“teetering on the edge of tackiness, profundity and nonsense. He has a rare gift.”
Marrianne Tuckman

Made with support from Yorkshire Dance and The Place.


Hull Dance and Lola Maury are supported by Arts Council England. Hull Dance is supported by Hull City Council and Hull UK City of Culture 2017.