A Room for All Our Tomorrows


 

There are two people in this dance performance, but it is not just about them. It is about all of us. It is about the secret lives we all possess when we are close to others. It is about those moments – between coffee and dancing – when harmony abandons us and all we have left is the desire to scream. It is a performance and place to imagine how things might be other than the way they are. It is a simple room for all our tomorrows.

A Room For All Our Tomorrows was selected for the British Dance Edition 2016.

 

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‘By the time fifty-five minutes are up, the audience have been on a deceptively finely-crafted emotional journey, from absurdity and surrealism to sculptural beauty and harmony and love. […] Igor and Moreno may initially seem like they are playing with idiocy and absurdity, but this is a work of considerable subtlety and intelligence with a strong emotional heart. Perfect at a time when our tomorrows have rarely seemed less certain.’
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(Peter Jacobs, The Reviews Hub)
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‘The depth and range of emotions that this singular piece provokes within me is astounding.’
(Jake Orr)
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‘A breathtaking performance that investigates interpersonal relationships with incredible precision  and that extends the canons of how we traditionally define dance‘.
(Andrea Cioschi, La Falla Del Cassero)

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‘Sent everyone home infused with a greater degree of humorous compassion for their own relationships. It was a pure, unadulterated delight’
(Joy Martin, EXEUNT MAGAZINE)
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‘it was BRILLIANT. And VISCERAL. […] You know the best thing about ‘visceral’? IT DOESN’T HAVE TO MEAN ANYTHING. You just feel it.’

(Megan Vaughan)
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‘The tension between the two dancers was extraordinary and overwhelmingly human. […] Every aspect of this performance was executed to perfection. I can’t wait to see what these two produce next.’
(Dulcie Fraser)

 

  • Produced by: Igor and Moreno & The Place
  • Created and performed by: Igor Urzelai and Moreno Solinas
  • Developed with: Aoife McAtamney
  • Dramaturge: Simon Ellis
  • Set and Costume Design: Kasper Hansen
  • Costume Maker and Supervisor: Sophie Bellin Hansen
  • Lighting Design: Seth Rook Williams
  • Jacket Tailoring: Markowski Atelier: Marek Markowski and Sarah Poffa‎
  • Voice Coach: Melanie Pappenheim
  • Sound advisor: Alberto Ruiz Soler
  • Project Manager: Sarah Maguire
  • Producer: Christina Elliot
  • Production Manager: Ian Moore
  • Photographer: Alicia Clarke
  • Video Documentation: Stacie Lee Bennett
  • Commissioned by The Place (London) and Cambridge Junction, created using funding from the Arts Council England with support from Centro Per La Scena Contemporanea (Bassano del Grappa), TIR Danza, Dance Base (Edinburgh), Chelsea Theatre and Roehampton University

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  • Creators: Igor Urzelai, Moreno Solinas and Aoife McAtamney
  • Performers: Moreno Solinas and Aoife McAtamney
  • Dramaturge: Simon Ellis
  • Voice Coach: Melanie Pappenheim
  • Lighting Designer: Marco Cifre
  • Make Up Artist: Becky McGahern
  • Costume Advisor: Magdalena Marciniak
  • Photographer: Alicia Clark
  • Video Documentation: Stacie Lee Bennett
  • Production Manager: Ian Moore
  • Supported by: The Place