This is a past event
PARKING MESSAGE: (21 September)
Unfortunately due to the consistent rain yesterday and showers today, our designated parking field can no longer be used. We encourage audiences to park considerately in the village of Bere Regis, but please avoid parking on Southbrook/Rye Hill.
Four men dressed in white suits and armed with snow shovels.
Your invitation to cross places and times in an astonishing choreographic and musical journey.
This performance shows what happens when the characters are confronted with an abundant source of yellow gold. Leading them in turn to pleasure, ecstasy, jealousy, and finally to their loss.
At the crossroads of circus and dance, Baïna[na] offers a timeless satire of our relationship with money and power. The use of juggling, theatre and dance feeds a common language that gives rise to absurd situations. A grating, dreamlike and absurd look at our contemporary world where derision and laughter prevail.
The festival location has some uneven paved areas but mostly consists of undulating grassland, fields and rough tracks.
On Saturday 23 September there will be Audio Desciption, tactile tours and a BSL interpreter for performances of Songs for a Shifting Soil and Five Seasons. Please meet at the main information desk thirty minutes before the performance for more information.
Volunteers will also be available to provide help and information.
Plan Your Visit
Wild Woodbury, Dorset Wildlife Trust’s rewilding site, Bere Regis, BH20 7LL.
Once on Southbrook Road, the entrance to Wild Woodbury is along a track opposite Elder Road.
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