Regrettably, this show has now been cancelled. The statement from the company is as follows:
Two Destination Language regret to announce that we will not be presenting Fault Lines to audiences in Edinburgh this summer, despite a successful tour this spring.
The whole team are rightly very proud of the work we created together, and recognise the talented group which came together to make and perform the show. Fault Lines received brilliant responses from audiences, and we were very much looking forward to sharing it with more people this summer.
The health and wellbeing of the team must, however, be prioritised above presenting work to audiences, and we are therefore unable to proceed with planned performances as part of Made in Scotland’s international showcase at Edinburgh Fringe this summer.
A catwalk on the fracture between feminism and fabric. Five womxn take to the stage, garments flow and heart-throbbing energy fills the room. Bring your mobile and headphones (or borrow ours) to choose your sound journey for this visual and physical feast celebrating herstories, bodies and different identities.
Notes: Strong language/swearing, flickering lights
GloverCo-commissioned by Theatre in the Mill, Bradford and Attenborough Arts, Leicester Spring 2022 remount supported by Platform. Production supported by Lancaster Arts, ARC Stockton, Cambridge Junction, Lyth Arts Centre and Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock with development support from Hull Truck. Supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.
Conceived/Created/Written/Designer/Directed: Katherina Radeva and Alister Lownie with the performers
Lighting: Marty Langthorne
Costume Maker: Rositza RadevaSound
Design: Tim Blazdell
Production Manager: Rachel Glover