JOLI VYANN PREMIERED THEIR NEW SHOW "IMBALANCE" IN 2016 AT THE POINT, EASTLEIGH FOLLOWED BY A TOUR TO 20 SOUTH WEST VENUES. IT PERFORMED AT THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL 2016 AND AS PART OF THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL MIME FESTIVAL, SADLER'S WELLS  JAN 2017. IT WILL TOUR THROUGHOUT 2017 AND SPRING 2018..

 

IMBALANCE - Produced by Turtle Key Arts, Choreography by Jonathan Lunn


Fusing acrobatics, dance and circus, with choreography from internationally renowned Jonathan Lunn. Joli Vyann present Imbalance, integrating exciting skills with athletic graceful dance in an energetic and thought-provoking performance that explores our obsessive dependence with technology, asking whether our lives are ‘in’ or ‘out’ of balance?

It is rare nowadays not to ‘log in’ at every opportunity- the breakfast table, nights out with friends, even in bed! How well connected are you? When and how do we separate ourselves from the virtual chaos surrounding us?

SPRING 2017

30 Mar 7:30pm
Deda, Derby

30 Apr 7pm
New Wolsey, Ipswich

6-10 Jun 7pm 11 Jun 5pm
FRiNGE festival Recklinghausen, Germany

26 & 27 Apr 8pm
Dancexchange, Birmingham

2 Jun
The Lowry, Salford Quays

 

 

 

AUTUMN 2017

Thu 14 Sept
The MAC, Birmingham
Mon 30 & Tues 31 October
Jacksons Lane

Wed 22 Nov
Terry O’Toole, Lincoln

Sat 16 Sept 7:30pm
Norwich Playhouse

Thu 2 Nov
Cornerstone, Didcot

Tues 28 Nov
Lancaster Arts

 

"Joli Vyann pushes aside the boundaries between acrobatics and dance with a graceful and elegant show...with intelligence and impressive skill" Lyn Gardner - The Guardian

“this lyrical acrobalance piece inspired by mobile phones is compellingly laced with gentle irony and a darker side” The Stage

“this is a dance outfit for our times” Fest Magazine

“perceptive, superbly delivered show” The Herald

 


                            


Commissioned by Pavilion Dance South West’s Shift and Share small scale touring project with commissioning partners Activate, Exeter Northcott Theatre, The Performance Centre - Falmouth University, ICIA - University of Bath, Tacchi Morris Arts Centre, Theatre Bristol and Tobacco Factory. Supported by Arts Council England, Hampshire County Council and The Jack Lane Charitable Trust.

 

 

 

 

The MAC, Birmingham

Thu 14 Sept
macbirmingham.co.uk
https://macbirmingham.co.uk/

 

Turtle Key Arts

In 2015 TURTLE KEY ARTS reached an audience of 24,000 collaborating with 200 artists and involved over 900 participants.

 

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