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Set against the haunting sound of Phillip Glass's string quartets, Gaza/Blaenanerch offers "...a wise, considered and impassioned exploration of nationhood, identity and sovereignty."

Gyda sain hudol pedwarawdau llinynnol Phillip Glass yn gefnlen, mae Gaza/Blaenanerch yn cynnig "archwiliad doeth, ystyriol ac angerddol o genedligrwydd, hunaniaeth a sofraniaeth."

 

“Research as performance is a hard spot to hit, but Gaza/Blaenannerch is as much dark enchantment as it is topical or political project, as personally searching and honest as it is sharply observed.”

Jeffrey Gordon Baker LondonDance.com

 

"expressive and intelligent dance pieces" "elegantly presents Wales to the wider world, and draws the world to Wales' backyard" "powerful and important multi-lingual hybrid of dance and physical theatre"

The Stage

 

"...a wise, considered and impassioned exploration of nationhood, identity and sovereignty which held a capacity audience at Yorkshire Dance spellbound."

Anthony Dunn, Marketing & Communications Manager, Yorkshire Dance

 

Production photographs - Ken Dickinson

Lluniau'r cynhyrchiad - Ken Dickinson

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