Bread of Life is a deeply moving production of movement, story and music. Inspired by the first Easter, yet set today, the show is a stirring response to the Invitation to 'Come and eat'. Bursting with life, human relationship and struggle and exploding with joy, this show is a feast for all.
It has left a lasting impression on me.
The most wonderful love story.
Bread of Life is staged in the round with audiences on three or four sides. A resonating mix of narrative, reflection, physicality and joy. The show is an opportunity not to be missed for audiences during Lent and Easter
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As well as the show, we can include an introduction covering its themes of communion and relationship with Jesus and each other. Bread of Life can also be followed by a post show talk, question & answers and discussion, providing testimonies, the dancers’ experiences and a chance for the audience to ask questions. This part of the event can be tailor-made in advance to suit you and your audience.
Bread of life is ideal:
Choreographed by Belfast based choreographer Suzannah McCreight, Bread of Life is a 50 minute dance theatre performance, with five characters and a simple and beautiful set. We need a clear flat performance area of 6m x 6m on which to lay our dance floor. The performance ideally take place in the round, with the audience on three or four sides where possible, as a way of illustrating the community Jesus would like to build with us.
Together Loving Christ Church, Norwich
St Peter and St Paul's Parish Church, Tonbridge
The Bear, Deptford
St Mary the Virgin, Rowner, Hampshire
St George's Church, Cambridgeshire
St Barnabas Church, Ealing
St Hilda's Parish Church, West Midlands
St Mary's Parish Church, Cheadle, Cheshire