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Salt: Dispersed

22 to 27 Jun 2021

Online

The premiere of artist Selina Thompson's film adaptation of her award winning show about grief, Black British identity and colonialism in a powerful and intimate screen experience.
Salt: Dispersed - online from Battersea Arts Centre

Image courtesy Battersea Arts Centre

Show details

Synopsis


In Feb 2016, two artists got on a cargo ship, and retraced one of the routes of the Transatlantic Slave Triangle - from the UK to Ghana to Jamaica, and back.


Their memories, their questions and their grief took them along the bottom of the Atlantic and through the figurative realm of an imaginary past.


It was a long journey backwards, in order to go forwards.


This show is what they brought back.


With the original stage show salt performed as part of the British Council Showcase 2017, salt: dispersed is the premiere of artist Selina Thompson's film adaptation of her award winning show about grief, Black British identity and colonialism in a powerful and intimate screen experience.


Background information, advisory warnings


Age suitability: 14+


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Venue


This show is presented ONLINE.


Dates


Previews from:Tuesday 22 June 2021

Closes:Sunday 27 June 2021

Performance days & times


Evening:
Available to stream any time between the 22 ‑ 27 Jun

Matinee:
-

Running time: 1hr 6mins approx.

Tickets


Standard:
Pay What You Can (suggested price £6)

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