Gateway Arts presents,
A choreopoem written and directed by Sonny Nwachukwu
In ‘Eve and Cain’ we follow the journey of a mother and son as they transcend through understanding the intersectionalities of being black, gay and disabled in today’s world society and explore the complexities of trying to understand these aspects of identity.
‘Eve and Cain’ is an honest dialogue about stammering and offers a rare exploration of communication disabilities.
This research and development is supported by Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, Stamma, Graeae and was supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Attendance is free and guests are welcome to book more than one ticket.
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About Gateway Arts
Gateway Arts was founded in 2018 by Sonny Nwachukwu, its mission is to produce, empower and provoke artists from a range of backgrounds and abilities to create new and radical artistic works across text, theatre and live performance. It aims to be a means for accessing and achieving new work and projects created by (but not exclusively) Black, disabled or LGBTQ+ artists. In 2022 Gateway Arts was nominated for a British Black Theatre Award for the best dance production (Saturn Returns at Brixton House).
This event will be captioned and audio described.
The post sharing talk will be British Sign Language Interpreted.
Age guidance: Suitable for ages 14+
Content Warning: Please note that this performance contains themes of suicide (not explicit), ableism and racism.