Watch party / online discussion event

Thursday 27th August, 4pm – 5pm

Jessie Brett share’s her online performance Humans Move, Bodies at risk, commissioned by National Theatre Wales

Humans Move… geographically, physically and emotionally. Every movement a human being makes matters and communicates something.

Bodies are at risk from injustice, racism, violence, war, natural disasters, poverty, disease, inequality, climate change, corruption and discrimination and more. 

This piece is about the lockdowns that have always existed before Covid-19 

“With Groundwork Pro we are putting this work back online for one week. So I invite you to view the work and then join myself and the some of the cast to have a chat.” Jessie Brett

Read full details about Jessie’s process here

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