Marc Brew and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui - an Accident / a Life

Marc Brew and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui - an Accident / a Life
Date 22nd - 23rd Mar 2024 7.30pm - 9.00pm Price £20/£15/£10 pay what you can Location Tramway View map Book tickets 0845 330 3501 0845 330 3501 Tickets subject to transaction fees: £1.50 online, £1.75 by phone

Friday 22 and Saturday 23 March, 7.30pm

This exciting new collaboration between Marc Brew and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui unravels life-changing moments in their lives. Sometimes difficult, those moments are explored with and without words, using storytelling, film, music, dance - and a car. 

The collaboration's starting point was sharing life stories and key moments of change. For Marc, this was his car accident, where he went from ballet dancer to paraplegic in a split second.

an Accident / a Life follows on from Brew’s notable solos, For Now I am… and Remember When, both critically and publicly celebrated.

“Harrowing beauty and luminous, life-affirming spirit” 
The Herald reviews For Now, I am...

Recommended for ages 14+


ACCESS
Integrated captioning within the show.
Audio described by EJ McHenry
Transcript can be provided on request.

AUDIENCE NOTES
Potentially disturbing content: emotional turmoil
Includes light strobe (flashing lights for short period)


A collaboration between Marc Brew and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui.

A Marc Brew Company and Eastman co-production. Co-produced by Podium. Co-produced by the Hessisches Staatsballett in the frame of Tanzplattform Rhein-Main, a collaboration project between the Hessisches Staatsballett in Staatstheater Darmstadtand Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden and Künstler*innenhaus Mousonturm. Co-produced with Holland Dance Festival. In co-production with Migros Culture Percentage Dance Festival Steps. 

Co-commissioned by Tramway and Sadler’s Wells. In Association with National Theatre Scotland. 

Developed in residency at the Théâtre National de Bretagne (TNB), Cumbernauld Theatre, The Work Room and De Warande. 

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through Creative Australia, its principal arts investment and advisory body. With the support of the Flemish Government and the Belgian Federal Government’s Tax Shelter programme. Supported by Creative Scotland.



Photo: Susan Hay