Don’t forget dance and film at Trestle Arts Base, St Albans
A WOMAN’S experience of dementia is at the heart of Forgetting Natasha which is being performed by State of Flux DanceFilm Company at the Trestle Arts Base in St Albans next Saturday, October 30.
When Natasha first discovers she is losing her memory, she writes down the story of her life – the problem is, she can’t remember where she put it.
The show, which incorporates live dance with digital film and the latest live animation techniques, looks at how Natasha will be without her memories and whether she will just disappear.
It is a collaboration between director Heather Eddington, poet Anna Mae Selby and internationally-acclaimed media artist KMA. Suitable for age 12 upwards, it starts at the theatre in Russet Drive at 8pm and tickets are �10 for adults and �8 concessions, available from the box office on 01727 850950.
The Mole Who Knew It Was None Of His Business burrows on to the Trestle stage next Sunday, October 31, with two shows, one at 2pm and the other at 3.30pm.
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Aimed at children aged four and above, tickets are �8 for adults and �6 concessions.