Thania Acarón/ Orphaned Limbs Collective
What does ‘home’ mean to you?
when in roam is a multi-arts exciting work which explores the theme of home and belonging using humour and poignant storytelling. This project combines dance/movement, aerial dance, spoken word and original musical composition in four languages (Welsh, Spanish, French and English), bringing about a performance suitable for all audiences.
After roaming Puerto Rico, Madrid, Scotland and South Wales, the collective featuring North Wales-based performer Angharad Jones, renowned Canadian circus performer Eric McGill and Puerto Rican choreographer Thania Acarón are roaming to Small World Theatre!
“Rich with personal and political relevance, the content of when in roam strikes to the core of issues with which we as a group are wrestling, whether personally, regionally, nationally and/or internationally.”
image: Jenny Milne
Behind the scenes trailer