Eco-conscious productions Fault Lines & Plastic Paradiso to visit Denmark

Pavilion Dance South West is delighted to collaborate with Aarhus Festival and Askonas Holt as part of the International Touring and Environmental Responsibility (ITER) programme. We are excited to bring two environmental-themed dance performances by UK artists to audiences in Denmark. Human impact on climate change is an urgent issue that needs to be addressed and we are passionate about drawing awareness to and instigating change through the arts. 

Fault Lines by our Associate Artist Lila Dance is a contemporary dance piece that explores the environmental damage we have inflicted and asks us to stand together with hope. Plastic Paradiso by our supported artist and resident dance teacher Claire Benson is a Pavilion Dance commissioned work for children and their family that takes us to a world made of plastic, exploring how friendship and nature can reclaim a barren world.

lady holding glass lamp looking out from a plastic tent structure

We will be sharing our experience and learning about our visit to Denmark, we call this Deep Touring. This means a way of working which makes deep and impactful connections through international touring while also minimising the environmental impact.

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