Kes: Reimagined + Q&A
Sat 09 Nov, 5:15pm at Copper Auditorium
Tickets: £8 , approx running time: 70mins + Q&A
Featuring a live Q&A with Choreographer Jonathan Watkins and puppeteer Barnaby Meredith
The timeless classic film “Kes” by Ken Loach, based on “A Kestrel for a Knave” by Barry Hines, celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year.
Barnsley born choreographer, Jonathan Watkins (Winner ‘Best Classical Choreography’ at The National Dance Awards Critic Circle) reimagines the work – weaving dance, projections, puppetry and music to create ‘a family-friendly Kes to rival War Horse’.
This staged production premiered at Sheffield Theatres (2014), and now a new version has been created and reimagined for the cinema screen.
★★★★ – ‘Watkins develops a symbolic language that becomes genuinely too powerful for words’ – The Guardian
★★★★ – ‘This unique production hits every note near-perfectly’ – Independent
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