3 Jul 2023 18:00 Fitzwilliam College Auditorium, Storey's Way, Cambridge CB3 0DG



What is the boundary between a living piece and an unfinished piece? Des-espera lives within that limit. A piece that talks about a relationship with a past we know, a present we discover and a future that may surprise us. The proposal is always alive and therefore never ends. Every encounter on stage is unique and is a thing of the past.

About the show

A dance-theatre piece designed for unconventional spaces or the street. A creation of Les Impuxibles with Marc Soler from Clara Peya’s latest album, AA (Analogia de la A-mort, 2019). Des-espera talks about living in contradiction and accepting this contradiction as a way to grow. Two opposing performers travel through five musical pieces drawing scenes with the body, the gesture and the word. An intense proposal that shows us fragility and strength through naked, energetic and personal poetry.

This performance is part of the CRASSH ‘Queer Hispanisms Now’ conference.

To register for the ‘Queer Hispanisms now’ conference please visit the event page.

Supported by:

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Gobierno de Espana Logo





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