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A half-human, half-horse's brief bedsit encounter with a tiger. Set amongst films, animations and props, the piece looks at the implications of desire, regret, illusion, delusion and our inherent animal/human natures in a surreal and offbeat way. A combination of contemporary flamenco technique, mask work and physical theatre, rooted in the trip-hop audio visual genre. Juliet trained in visual arts before studying flamenco to professional level. Her work places the more obscure and darker elements of flamenco's roots in new unorthodox contexts. Supported by Escalator East To Edinburgh and Colchester Arts Centre.
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14 Aug 2010
The tiger who came to tea with his ex-lover, the horse
Under ‘experiences that could only happen at the Fringe’, chalk up ‘watching a woman wearing a horse’s head use flamenco to seduce her ex-lover, a large cuddly toy tiger, in a bedsit, to a trip hop soundtrack’. And yet, bizarrely, dancer and multimedia…
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