A Brief History of Difference by Das Clarks & Jo Fong with Becky Davies

Sat 13 Jul 2024

Yorkshire Dance 3 St Peter's Building
St Peter's Square
Leeds
LS9 8AH

Price: £0.00 - 12.00

Booking information

At Yorkshire Dance, we’re committed to making our work affordable for everyone so all our events are Pay What You Can. When booking you can either click on the full price of £12.00 or you can enter your own amount. If you cannot afford to pay anything you are very welcome to attend simply enter £0 as you checkout.

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About the event

Being different is a complicated business. It can be exciting, distressing, temporary, permanent, liberating, dangerous, painful, a cause for celebration. It’s about bodies and language, memories and labels, perceptions and assumptions, acceptance and resistance.

Join DAR, a queer, neurodivergent, curious, middle-aged Talking Heads fanatic, to consider some tricky questions around the subjects of difference, identity, positioning, labelling and belonging.

Brought to you by Das Clarks and Jo Fong with Becky Davies, A Brief History of Difference is an interactive theatre piece rooted in conversation, knowledge sharing, questioning, personal narrative and performance.

A Brief History of Difference is a show for anyone who considers themself a person of difference and anyone who wonders what it would be like to be or live differently.

About Ageless Festival
This is a Pay What You Can event as part of Yorkshire Dance’s Ageless Festival 12-13 July 2024. Taking place at Yorkshire Dance, Leeds City College and Leeds Art Gallery, this two-day festival reimagines age through dance.

Accessibility Info

Yorkshire Dance is opposite BBC Yorkshire and Leeds Conservatoire. Full access information for Yorkshire Dance is available here.

Yorkshire Dance aims to be an accessible and inclusive place for all. This means you will be welcomed by our staff. We create a ‘braver space’, where you feel able to express yourself in a supportive and empowering way. You will be treated with respect by Yorkshire Dance staff and we expect and encourage everyone at Ageless to do the same. Learn more here.

Accessibility: Baby Changing Room, Wheelchair accessible

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