A FREE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH PROTEIN DANCE AND CREATE A NEW ENSEMBLE PIECE TO BE PERFORMED IN BATH CITY CENTRE Protein Dance are coming to Bath with their new show May Contain Food. The show is inspired by life at mealtimes and explores our relationships with food using wonderfully
Toby is very ‘talented’. However he lives in a world, not too dissimilar from that of our own, where ‘talent’ isn’t recognised as a useful skill. Therefore living off ‘talent’ is not really a choice most people recommend unless you have ‘talent’. Toby, although very ‘talented’, does not realise
Performers Dance & Musical School Ltd (P.D.M.S.L) celebrates 10 years of Dance Success on Saturday 16th July 2016 with a Celebration GALA held @ the ICIA-The Edge Performing Arts Theatre, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY. The Company will showcase over 60 dancers aged 4-adult in styles of Contemporary, Musical
Bath University Student Theatre (BUST) is kicking this year off with a production of Liz Lochhead’s adaptation of Bram Stoker’s celebrated novel, ‘Dracula’. The shows will take place on October 8th through 10th at Bath University’s recently re-opened Arts Lecture Theatre, tailored to suit the needs of amateur dramatics.
FILM Nosferatu The Vampyre (Werner Herzog) Friday 13 Nov 2015, 7.30pm Weston Studio, The Edge, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7AY £8.50, £6 concs Box Office: 01225 386777 www.icia.org.uk The ultimate arthouse fright-night offering, directed by one of international cinema’s leading and most imaginative filmmakers, and starring
The ICIA has a jam-packed season. Read all about what’s coming up below. POPULAR SCIENCE Alex Bellos Tues 6 Oct 2015, 7.30pm Weston Studio, The Edge, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7AY £10, £8 concs Box Office: 01225 386777 www.icia.org.uk Bestselling author, writer, broadcaster and mathematics speaker Alex
Bath University Student Theatre would like to present two original plays showing at the Museum of Bath at Work (Julian Road, BA1 2RH) as part of the Bath Fringe Festival: ‘Dinner with Frankenstein’ (showing 4th and 6th June 2015) and ‘The Bystanders’ (5th and 7th June 2015). This theatre group, who pride themselves
World Premiere of This Moment Now by Sylvia Rimat Sylvia Rimat presents her premiere performance of This Moment Now at ICIA, University of Bath on Thu 30 Apr, 7.30pm. This Moment Now takes its audience on a journey to explore how we experience time and draws on our desire to
Renowned violinist Alexander Balanescu presents a world premiere on Sat 18 Apr, 7.30pm for ICIA at The Edge, University of Bath. Audiences will be the first to hear this exciting new piece composed and performed by renowned multilingual violinist Alexander Balanescu. This is the outcome of ICIA’s latest artist
Here’s is a little reminder of what’s coming up in April. Time to ask some big questions …. What makes us happy, how do we perceive time, what can we build together? THE HAPPINESS, 15 Apr, 7.30pm, Weston Studio Karla Shacklock’s brand new dance theatre performance.
ICIA, University of Bath presents All Roads Lead to Rome by Chris Dobowolski on Tue 24 Mar, 7.30pm at The Edge, University of Bath Chris has lovingly repaired his family Triumph Herald Estate so that he can drive it from his childhood home in Braintree to Rome via Turin
DON QUIJOTE 11 MAR 7.30pm, Weston Studio A playful exploration of Cervantes’ novel by Tom Frankland & Keir Cooper in association with Ultimo Comboio (Spain). Combining incredible visual imagery, anarchic performance and original music this production is about standing up for what you believe in despite what society may say.
A man at work, a man playing, a man playing at being a man The world-premiere of Manpower will be the opening performance for ICIA’s new spring season in the University of Bath’s new Arts and Management building on the 6th February, 7.30pm. A national tour is planned in
Intimate, visceral dance that rips across the floor, right at your feet Choreographer Theo Clinkard returns to ICIA with a brand new double bill: Of Land & Tongue and Chalk on Sat 15 Nov, 6pm & 8.15pm at La Scala Studio (above the Co-op), Oldfield Park, Bath. Performed
Bill Aitchison The Tour of All Tours A playful commentary on contemporary tourism Fri 24 – Sun 26 Oct, 11am and 3pm Meeting Point: Outside Pump Room Restaurant, Bath £5, Free to Discovery Card Holders & UoB Freshers Box Office: 01225 386777 www.bath.ac.uk/icia The Tour of All Tours is a
The ICIA have a new term of theatre and dance classes now available to book. They have Jazz, African & Caribbean and contemporary dance, as well as several ballet classes for all levels and a new theatre course. The theatre course is run by the brilliant, Bath based, ‘Kilter theatre’
PROTEIN, led by artistic director Luca Silvestrini, takes to the streets of Bath this summer with its highly entertaining outdoor dance experience, (In)visible Dancing. Programmed in collaboration with ICIA University of Bath and Bath Dance, a grand finale will be performed from 3pm on 14 June on Southgate Street. Keep a look out for some curious
How Bath Abbey’s Bells define a parish – a fascinating sound installation at American Museum How do church bells define a Parish? ICIA, University of Bath present a sound installation created by Liminal who explore this using Bath Abbey’s bells. The unique installation is free to visit and will be on show in The
LOW PROFILE are pleased to announce the launch of their new project Picture in the Paper commissioned by ICIA, University of Bath and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Artists LOW PROFILE will search for hobbyists, interest groups, volunteers, researchers, amateurs and specialists and will celebrate the
Free tickets but limited capacity – advance booking recommended Shobana Jeyasingh Dance brings the beautiful, mesmerising TooMortal to the historic St Mary the Virgin Church. Dancing within the pews, six women dressed in flame-red costumes weave a story that moves between power and quiet reflection. Are they charting a journey from