The silhouette of a dancing figure with headphones against a bright background in different shades of blue and a thin beam of light

Pursued by a Dragon Theatre Company, Beyond Face and Exeter Northcott Theatre present

Feeling Lonely at Parties – Work-in-Progress Sharing

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Feeling Lonely at Parties tells the story of a dystopian future, where people are forced to listen to music to regulate their mood. In a majority white world, two people of colour, with broken headphones, seek love in the face of oppression. Reflecting on how the relationships, mental health and loneliness of young people of colour are affected by society, Feeling Lonely at Parties is a devised show without words; a highly physical and visual performance against the backdrop of a continuous soundtrack.

Pursued by a Dragon are collaborating with Exeter Northcott Kickstart Company and Beyond Face to explore the original show from a Research and Development perspective. These sharings will present their works-in-progress at the end of that process.

The afternoon performance on Saturday 20 November will also be live streamed.


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