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Toussaint to Move

Windows of Displacement

  • Price:
    £13 - £15
  • Duration:
    60 mins
Overview

Choreographed and performed by Akeim Toussaint Buck, Windows of Displacement is an autobiographically solo; blending dance, song and spoken word to explore ancestral memory and the shifting, increasingly urgent politics around the movement of people.

Born in Jamaica and now residing in the UK, Akeim explores imperialism, colonialism and displacement to create a captivating story of the past, present and future of humanity.

Windows of Displacement takes its audiences on a journey galvanising people power and reclaiming our collective responsibility.

Photo: Ashley Karrel Photography

…accessible, thought-provoking and immensely uplifting. Akeim Toussaint Buck is a name that is going to go far

Exeunt Magazine
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Seating
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Dates & Tickets
  • Wed 11 December 20197:00pm
  • Thu 12 December 20197:00pm