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Best of BE at HOME - RECALL

Best of BE at HOME - RECALL

BEST of BE at HOME gives UK audiences another chance to see two of the digital projects of the 2020 Birmingham European Festival. Both shows strongly resonate with the experience of lockdown in a playful, engaging and uplifting ways.

Recall is a one-to-one online performance with artist and architect Francesc Serra Vila (UK / Spain) which reflects on how the brain works and how memories are stored during this time of physical distancing and confinement. Each participant is invited to answer a simple question; their response triggers a performative action, which connects to other people’s responses. The outcome will be a collection of scattered testimonies from across Europe of experiences during confinement which will be collated and reflected on during this years’ BE FESTIVAL.

Commissioned by BEatHomeRecall is an artistic response and testimony to the current time we are living in. Multidisciplinary artist, architect and scenographer, Francesc Serra Vila has a special interest in temporary and evolving structures. Since 2013 he has presented individual as well as collaborative immersive, site-specific installations and live performances.

Best of BE at Home Trailer

This event will be held over Zoom. You will receive a link to access Recall around 1 hour before the start time.

Duration | 15mins followed by one-to-one Q&As
Age Guidance | 12+


BEST of BE FESTIVAL is a month-long tour showcasing favourite shows from the annual Birmingham European Festival which celebrates diverse cultures from across Europe with an innovative programme of boundary pushing theatre and performing arts.

Watch the video highlights of the 2020 festival.

PRICES:

£5 including booking fee

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  • “Recall is a completely interactive and personal one on one performance that does not just immerse you in the action; you become the action.”
    YoungerTheatre.com 2020