Created by Dane Hurst and Tom Rowland

19th August to 20th August . 7.30pm .
£8.50 - £16 full price, £6.50 - £14 concessions

From the award-winning team behind Primitive and Finding Freedom comes the world premiere performance of Falling Man, a no holds barred look at depression, suicide and meaning in the modern world.

Falling Man is a hard-hitting and bold theatrical response to the staggering statistic that 84 men die by suicide every week. The moving production unpacks the complex factors and associated pressures that contribute to this unrelenting tragedy in our modern world.

Examining the complex allure and fear of death, Falling Man is a one-hour performance using dance, film and music to offer an explosive artistic meditation on the topics of mental health and masculinity.


There will be a post-show talk following each performance.

Age recommendation: 12+
Approximate running time: 90 minutes, including an interval

Artistic team
Music/Film - Tom Rowland
Choreography/Performance - Dane Hurst
Guest Artists - Oxana Panchenko, Jordan Ajadi and Apricity 
Stage/Production Manager - Marius Arnold-Clarke
PR - Kimberley Clare Nanson

They like it

  • Hurst remains one of the most electric performers of his generation. Hurst’s choreography, a precipitous, spiralling, space-carving whirl of movement, is unnervingly suggestive of the image

    ****. The Guardian

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