A physical and visual journey through a new world...
It’s only right that Contact should reopen with a new Contact Young Company show.
As we emerge blinking into a new reality, CYC ask what now, what has changed and what needs to change? Everything All of the Time is a physical and visual journey through a new world, squashed into an hour of hedonism, love, anger, nostalgia and hope.
With influences from Gaika’s music videos, Benji Reid’s photography and Bo Burnham’s Inside, CYC get ready to face the music and dance.
The creative team includes director Matt Fenton, choreographer Yandass Ndlovu, dramaturg Sam Holley-Horseman and assistant director Allegra Jeffreys. Produced by Lauren Banks.
CYC is Contact’s award-winning ensemble of performers, musicians, dancers, spoken word artists, djs and mcs.
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The performance on Friday 8 Oct will feature a post-show discussion with director Matt Fenton, choreographer Yandass Ndlovu, assistant director Allegra Jeffreys and CYC members.
Access & Socially Distanced Performances
- This show contains loud music and haze.
- All performances will be captioned. For more details, please contact our box office team at email@example.com.
- We have a socially distanced performance of this show which is on 6 Oct at 7:30pm. Head over to our Your Visit page here, for more details on visiting our building
- If you have any access needs you want to discuss with us please call the box office Monday to Friday between 10-5pm on 0161 274 0600, alternatively, you can email the box office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or get in touch via direct message on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram (@contactmcr on all three platforms)
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