Solo for Two excerpt at BLOODY Late Horniman Museum

Choreographer Jean Abreu presents an exclusive excerpt from his latest performance, ‘Solo for Two’.

This contemporary dance duet examines the process of loss, healing, renewal and transformation.

The dance will be directly followed by a short talk from Belgian Dramaturg, Guy Cools discussing the themes, inspiration and development of the piece.

Co-commissioned by the Southbank Centre and the Horniman Museum & Gardens, and Supported by Arts Council England, Swindon Dance and Frequency Festival Lincoln.

Bloody Late
It is essential and deathly, a source of poetry and horror, vital for surgeons and vampires. Join us for this special evening dissecting the scientific and symbolic nature of blood, with performances, music, talks and more activities in a similar vein.

Starts at 7.30pm - 60 mins approximately