Exploring the themes of impact, loss, survival and humanity in relation to the horror of events surrounding the 9/11
£12.50 / £10.50 conc / £6 students
Exploring the events surrounding 9/11, this production is inspired by Richard Drew’s iconic photographs that capture a man falling from the World Trade Centre. It balances sumptuous movement and subtle storytelling to explore themes of impact, loss, survival and humanity in relation to the stark horror of the day and is performed within a backdrop of almost 3000 pieces of white paper that symbolise the lives lost that day.
Developed by award winning choreographer Thomas Small, this cinematic performance blends 3 live dance works with animation and survivor’s accounts.
'Falling Man blends movement and text so beautifully I had tears pouring down my face.' - THE SCOTSMAN