Off-Kilter – Dance Base/Studio 1

Internationally renowned visual theatre artist Ramesh Meyyappan returns with a dark, comedic, highly physical production incorporating illusions and masterful non-verbal storytelling. Joe Kilter has his own daily rituals – some even call it obsessive. But then a sudden change in his routine turns his world askew: Joe Kilter goes Off-Kilter. Feeling increasingly isolated, life feels impossible, until he is forced to exist in darkness. Off-Kilter explores mental well-being, identity, feeling a little bit different from everyone else, and not quite being yourself. ‘One of his finest performances yet’ **** (Herald). ‘Sheer artistry… a profoundly absorbing and moving show’ **** (Scotsman).

Part of the MADE IN SCOTLAND Showcase

Performances at 3.30pm – August 3-5, 7-12, 14-19, 21-26

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