This off-site production from Ovalhouse Theatre and BraveNewWorlds will run from the 19th to the 27th June at Asylum, Caroline Garden’s Chapel, London.
Trinity explores the aesthetics of gender and female iconography in our society’s visual culture, from pagan and religious artefacts to bedroom selfies, to create a highly visceral visual landscape with an immersive sound experience.
The South London based theatre and the performance collective combine forces to create a design-led production which examines the aesthetics of gender and female iconography in society’s visual culture, from pagan and religious artefacts to pop culture’s bedroom selfies.
BraveNewWorlds is a company in which the narrative, movement and moments on stage are instigated by an aesthetic concept or visual theme. The company was developed through the Barbican Creative Learning, and is now presenting its second show.
The production features sound by Demetrio Castellucci and light by Darren Johnston and will be presented at The Asylum, Caroline Garden’s Chapel, London SE15 2SQ.
Trinity will be performed at The Asylum from the 19th to the 27th June. For more information visit: http://www.ovalhouse.com/whatson/detail/trinity-by-brave-new-worlds.