Wed 7 Feb 18 . 20:30

White on White explores the phenomenon of Grace Jones.

Tue 8, Wed 9 & Thu 10 May 18 . 20:30

June 1968. At the festival d’Avignon, the famous New York actor’s group The Living Theatre attend the premiere of Paradise Now. The actors want to draw the audience into a state of readiness – ready for action in the world outside the theatre.


Thu 16, Fri 17, Sat 18 & Sun 19 Nov 17 . 15:00 - 19:00

Elastic Habitat is an immersive installation, a playground of textile sculptures for the viewer to interact with or wear.

Sun 19 Nov 17 . 17:00

Meryem Bayram’s work focuses on the relationship between human behaviour and the constructed environment. Using wood, cardboard, and elastic, she creates installations that suggest a physical space while simultaneously challenging the body to change that space.

Sat 18, Sun 19 & Sun 19 Nov 17 . 19:00

A Breath cycle is a variable and varied collection of performances about breathing. All creations depart from the same protocol: guidelines for performers and audiences, handed out at the start of the performance.

Thu 16, Fri 17 & Sat 18 Nov 17 . 22:30

Outside, it’s dark, and you wish you were holding a glass of whiskey. And then, the music starts ...

Thu 16 & Fri 17 Nov 17 . 21:00

Intelligent machines are increasingly important to our society.

Sat 21 Oct 17 . 11:30

What do you experience during a dance performance? Does the music excite or upset you?

dance • premiere • transit
Wed 25 & Thu 26 Jan 17 . 20:30

In Sketches on Scarlatti dancer and choreographer David Hernandez creates a full-length performance based on Domenico Scarlatti’s sonatas for harp. Two men and a woman meet in different situations, spatial settings and atmospheres.

Tue 20 & Wed 21 Dec 16 . 20:30

Thinking does not play well in an image-based culture. There is not much to see in it. It is not a performing art. 
Neil Postman, Amusing Ourselves to Death

dance • utopia • premiere
Tue 29 & Wed 30 Nov 16, Thu 1 Dec 16 . 20:30

What does togetherness mean in 2016? In Mazing five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action, which emerge from simple social negotiations.

Thu 17 Nov 16 . 19:00

This unique presentation takes its inspiration from the poem Un coup de dés jamais n’abolira le hazard by Stéphane Mallarmé and a rendition of the same poem by Marcel Broodthaers from 1969.

Tue 25 & Wed 26 Oct 16 . 20:30

Love, beauty, poetry and a touch of rock’n roll are at the heart of this new creation for four dancersEVOL is LOVE spelled backwards, but it is also an abbreviation of ‘evolution’.