FORESTS

“We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them” – Albert Einstein

 

Forests is an emblematic story for our times. A woman, Argyll, begins to recount a tale in which each character seeks change. Music soars and doorways open but lives begin to fragment as they trail towards a destruction. In this fervent tale, the very nature of connection and culpability is questioned as Argyll investigates what could be done, reaching her hands into the soil to pull out the fresh sprouts of a new forest.

 

An ode for our time, a lamentation for a closing world before the birth of a new one. 

 

Forests has been a three-year project in the making, championing the interplay between movement, song, the cultural heritage of the British Isles and symbolic imagery. Our durational process has created a layered performance, drawing from conversations, meetings, natural encounters and personal stories threaded through the fabric of the material. 

 

ASHA CENTRE

For further details, to gain access to online content, or to book the show, please contact Maris Meos by email

edenscave@gmail.com

Promotional Video
Process Video

Devised and created by:

Henry McGrath

Eleanor Buchan

Emma Bonnici

Charles Sandford

Adam Clifford

Music composed by:

Adam Clifford

Dramaturgy support:

Patrick Campbell

Ian Morgan

Photography:

Patrick Dodds

Videography:

Ned Espeut-Nickless

Conor Deedigan

With special thanks to: 

The ASHA Centre, Adrian Locher, Mark Gifford, Maris Meos, Stefan Durasovic, Vanya Durasovic, Renaud Maurer, Mark Moodie, Elisabeth Crarer, Vincent Manna, Emma Abel, Sioned Jones, Naomi Zara Wilkinson, The Grange Village Community, Judy Bailey, Michelle England, Helen Edwards, Kath Burlinson, The Authentic Artist Collective, Paul Oertel, Nancy Spanier, Eva McGrath, the team at The House, RADA, Reckitt Arts Trust, Arts Council England and all our sponsors.