To me, To you… is a beautifully honest and sensitive aerial piece by Wired Aerial Theatre, working with Liam Steel. Commissioned by Without Walls and Brighton Festival, this show displays a mesmeric rotating set, encased in roses and awash with delicate and dynamic aerial choreography.
Performed on the ground and in the air, where delicate and expressive movements guide the audience through the twists and turns and highs and lows of the modern age, Wired invite you in, to share just another day in the life of this quite ordinary pair.
To Me, To You... was performed last summer at the Three Festivals, Tall Ships Regatta in Liverpool with it's most recent re-development being set in the 1920s-1940s era, giving the viewers a nostalgic feel whilst allowing them to let go of the present. After such a positive reaction from the audience at Tall Ships Regatta, the show is ready to tour.
Find out what audiences thought of To Me, To You... below:
"It was the most beautiful thing that I had ever seen, it was so expressive, that the movement and the way they told the story... it just made me want to cry because it was just so moving."
"It was so sensitive, the performance was just spellbounding"
"When they were arguing and in the harness and just showing the balance... it was a beautiful dynamic."
If you would like to find out more or to book contact [email protected]aerialtheatre.com or call 0151 207 7568.
[Read cast biographies here]
Artistic Director: Wendy Hesketh-Ogilvie
Technical Director: Jamie Ogilvie
Composer: Patrick Dineen
Directorial Consultant: Liam Steel
Truss Design: Jamie Ogilvie
Structural Fabrication: Rigging Services
Image: Joe Armitage