A multi-media exploration of physicality, sexuality and desire
1st July 2015, Wilton's Music Hall
Directed & co-facilitated by Tamar Saphra, with Somewhere in Particular and Benjamin Tassie
BODY was a vibrant celebration of the physical body - and an exploration of its various desires - through a dynamic combination of poetry, new-music, and dance. Presented by Somewhere in Particular and Benjamin Tassie it featured experimental new-music group The Hermes Experiment (‘Barmy but brilliant’ Classical Music Magazine), readings by some of the UK’s best poets, music by exciting young composers and the premiere of a new piece of original choreography by Rambert Dance’s Luke Ahmet.
Poets: Annie Freud, Kate Potts, Jacqueline Saphra, Inua Ellams, Kayo Chingonyi
Composers: Timothy Cape, Ed Scolding, Laurence Osborn, Benjamin Tassie, Kate Whitley
Musicians: The Hermes Experiment, Liam Byrne and others
Dancer: Luke Ahmet (Rambert Dance)