it will come later
27 April / 8:00 PM / NCK Main Stage
Makers-performers: Lee Brummer, Mui Cheuk-Yin, Eddie Ladd, Joseph Lee, Weronika Pelczyńska, Imre Vass
Original soundtrack: Gosheven
Dramaturgy: Gwyn Emberton & Israel Aloni
Costume design: Hanka Podraza
Set & Space design: Simon Banham
Light design: Kathrine Sandys
Tour management: Kristian Rhodes
The tiresome and never-ending effort that we put into minute moments.
The effort it takes to bring ideas together, push people away, and push them beyond what we thought possible.
It is the energy, dedication and persistence we summon to fit in and to behave in society. The struggle we endure to be productive.
Every moment counts, every effort matters.
We lean towards the same thing that we are being pushed away from.
We find peace of mind within the familiar, we know what will come later.
The constant of new beginnings.
We seek the greater good, the common goal, maybe together we will get somewhere.
A new stripped back but challenging and boundary-defying hour-long contemporary dance work. Performed in the round, with a revolving set that is flooded in light to reflect the shifting light of day, six bodies struggle, push and pull against each other in a constant flow of transformation.
iCoDaCo (International Contemporary Dance Collective) is a biennial artist led intercultural exchange project within the landscape of contemporary dance. The collaborative project was first initiated by the Gothenburg (Sweden) based international company and organisation – ilDance, in 2012.
The current cycle of iCoDaCo involves artists and partners from Sweden, Wales, Poland, Hungary & Hong Kong and it is financially supported by local, regional and national bodies as well as co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.