This is a free outdoor event
Presented by Kundle Cru & Crying Out Loud
Sometimes our emotions build up. When we let off steam it releases the pressure. But what happens when we blame someone else unfairly for our own problems or if a group adopts a shared outlook that leads to prejudice? Is groundless ill-will found in all societies? How guilty are we of looking for the ones to bear the blame, to avoid facing our collective failures?
With exceptional flair, the international members of Kundle Cru have experimented with breakdancing, juggling, Chinese pole and contemporary dance to create a genre-defying movement language. In combination with music, they tell stories in their own style and with physical brilliance.
In Blame Game this company of innovators explores the dirty politics of scapegoating.
Kundle Cru is an international company hailing from UK, Ireland, Hong Kong, Poland, Italy, Uganda, Sweden, France and Holland.
Crying Out Loud are creative producers and network leaders with an eye for the new and a commitment to visual theatre that crosses art-form boundaries.
Produced by Crying Out Loud in association with Rua Red & Belfast International Arts Festival, Ireland. With support from Arts Council
Ireland; La Verrerie d’Alès Pole National Cirque Occitanie, France; 101 Arts Creation Space, UK; CircusStad Holland; Cheptel Aleïkoum, France; Het Klooster, Holland; Karlsruhe Atoll Festival Germany; Redbridge Drama Centre, UK, Subtopia, Sweden; Le Plus Petit Cirque du Monde, France and South Dublin Council.
Conceived by Mateusz Szczerek and Alessio Motta and devised with company members Louiseanne Wong, Liza van Brakel, Jack Bain, Greg Szczerek and Timothy Waliggo Kakeeto.
Director: Manu Debuck.
Outside Eye & Movement Director: Aline David.