Trinity Laban alumni have been performing in works at the Blue Elephant Theatre during November 2016.
Mirrored, Me? by alumnus Anastasia Papaeleftheriadou was performed by alumni Inês Zinho Pinheiro and Bianca Ranieri.
Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s William Wilson, the work was a story of the self and its double – a game in which different parts of human personality affect and direct the performers in the struggle of the self.
Also this month is The Very Important Child by alumni The Mostly Everything People: Jennifer Fletcher, Christopher Preece and Virginia Scudeletti.
Bold and comic, the work is a piece of physical theatre about the development of the ego, blending movement, text and music. The show takes you into the developing mind of a human – the fragile baby living from minute to minute, the god-like toddler, the adult who believes herself ‘fully grown’.
The Very Important Child is being performed on Wednesday 16 November, at 8pm. For more information and the book tickets, please visit the Blue Elephant Theatre website.
The Blue Elephant is a small charity which reaches more than 5,000 people each year through their professional and participation programmes. They aim to give creative opportunities to those who might otherwise miss out on.