TOM PRITCHARD: “I’M GLAD YOU’RE HERE, FOR A MINUTE THERE I LOST MYSELF”

Tom Pritchard:

The Arches presents

Tom Pritchard: "I'm glad you're here, for a minute there I lost myself"

Sat 28 Jan 2012 | 7.30pm | £6/£4

// Loic Lalande‘s performance has been cancelled for this evening. If you would like a refund please contact the Arches Box Office on 0141 565 1000 or boxoffice@thearches.co.uk //

“I’m glad you’re here, for a minute there I lost myself”
Tom Pritchard in collaboration with Ewan Downie and Anna Porubcansky

An improvised evening length performance of movement and song.

Discovering a story to be told in the moment, Tom Pritchard returns to the Arches in dialogue with the elegant voices of Ewan and Anna to find the spectacle of presence. To find the spectacle in space, on stage, with imagination and within you. I suppose it’s about them then, really, and about the evening of January 28th 2012 – and if you come, it’s about you too. Join them, won’t you?

This is the second of three dance events on at the Arches this month, ending with a 25-person performance following Katie Duck’s workshop at Tramway (Sun 29th).

ABOUT THE PERFORMERS //

Tom Pritchard is a Glasgow-based performer, improviser and dance maker. Working both across the UK and internationally, his experience covers a wide range of disciplines – from choreography work with undergraduates in Newcastle to educational work in Germany to performance roles in award-winning pieces in Edinburgh, London and New York. Recent work ranges from Linder Sterling’s radical 13-hour work The Darktown Cakewalk to S/He and Falling Man by Tommy Small, with the latter making its world premiere in New York earlier this year before going to the Edinburgh Fringe. Between September 2010-11 Tom was the Arches’ Artist in Residence. Keep up to date through Tom’s blog, Facebook or Twitter.

Tom Pritchard in collaboration with Ewan Downie and Anna Porubcansky

An improvised evening length performance of movement and song.

Discovering a story to be told in the moment, Tom Pritchard returns to the Arches in dialogue with the elegant voices of Ewan and Anna to find the spectacle of presence. To find the spectacle in  space, on stage, with imagination and within you. I suppose it’s about them then, really, and about the evening of January 28th 2012 – and if you come, it’s about you too. Join them, won’t you?