This filmed version of the live show will be available online from other venues in the coming months. Please see the Vincent Dance Theatre Website for details.
Here’s some back ground on the creative minds behind the show that explores what it’s like to grow up in care. What happens to young people when their parents can’t look after them?
With this socially engaged work, artistic director, Charlotte Vincent combines movement, strong visual imagery and spoken word to investigate cycles of childhood trauma, rupture and repair.
Critically acclaimed for translating real- life testimonies into beautifully crafted performance work, Vincent illuminates the inner-worlds of care-experienced young people to demonstrate their extraordinary resilience in a production that is demanding their stories be heard.
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We also are screening a post show discussion filmed after the stage Premiere of IN LOCO PARENTIS at the Connaught Theatre Worthing (3/3/2020).
Bobbie Farsides, Professor of Ethics at University of Sussex and Michelle Louise Bomber, the Director of TouchBase, a Brighton-based charity supporting trauma affected young people, discussed with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent the content of IN LOCO PARENTIS, focusing on the experience of being in care and the effect of trauma on children’s lives.