OVER THE WALL is a short dance piece inspired by a photo by Don McCullin taken in 1971 “Gangs of Boys Escaping C.S. Gas Fired by British Soldiers, Londonderry, Northern Ireland.”

Edgefield are attempting in this piece to deal with the collapse of society and structure as we have known them and the ensuing suspicion, isolation and then the collective intention to dare to take the leap of faith, ultimately to rebuild relationships.

Edgefield Dance Company is a group of trained dancers living and working in Suffolk under the artistic direction of Deborah Watkins Jones.

Debbie draws on an interest in spaces, places and relationships as the inspiration for her choreography. She looks within her work at how they affect us and our movement then how we in turn effect change on them.

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Performances take place at Saxmundham Hand Car Wash, adjacent to The Art Station building.

ARRIVE By 7.15pm LATEST for 7.30pm and 8.15pm LATEST for 8.30 Gates will be closed 15 mins before performance.

Performances will start promptly at 7.30pm and 8.30pm and each performance will last for 20 minutes.

This performance is part of HERE, the launch exhibition of Art Station’s new creative and cultural space in the former post office building in Saxmundham, Suffolk. It is curated by artists Clare Palmier and Jane Watt celebrating new and recent work by emerging and established contemporary artists with a strong connection to Suffolk and East Anglia.

Supported by East Anglia Art Fund, Arts Council England.