Shows: Thursday 29th September, 7.30pm
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They Live Next Door is a physical theatre piece for two mature male dancers, accompanied by live music. Through a series of linked vignettes a relationship between the two men unravels, weaving memories, flirtatious bouts and domestic rituals. With this poignant, visceral and humorous piece, Ieva Kuniskis sets out to ask how social stereotypes affect our identity and our relationships with each other. How do we navigate the conflict between desire, instinct, and expectation?
Ieva (pronounced: Yeah-va) Kuniskis is a Lithuanian choreographer based in London. She combines dance and theatre creating unique movement language and distinct authentic characters to share stories about the everyday life. Ieva interweaves universally relevant themes with affecting, personal stories that audiences can relate to, inviting them to follow their own emotional journey in parallel to that of the characters.
Supported by: Swindon Dance, Pavilion Dance, The Point, Theatre In The Mill and Laban Theatre. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.