A provocative look at the human body with dynamic staging that combines movement and live projections, Kaite O'Reilly's poetic, poignant and at times explosively funny texts are inspired by the imagination, experiences and attitudes of disabled people across the UK.
Performed by a cast of six leading Deaf and Disabled performers with direction by John E McGrath and movement by Nigel Charnock, this radical, athletic production from National Theatre Wales celebrates the athleticism, diversity and skill of the company, whilst exploring the endless possibilities of human difference.
In Water I'm Weightless is an Unlimited Commission for the Cultural Olympiad.
Recommended for ages 14 and over. Contains strong language.
All performances include integrated captioning and BSL interpretation.
The performance at 7.30pm on 1 September is Audio Described and there is a pre-show touch tour starting at 6.30pm - please meet at Queen Elizabeth Hall box office at 6.30pm. To book access tickets, please call our box office on 0844 875 0073, or reserve via email at email@example.com
There is a post-show discussion after the 2pm show on Saturday 1 September. This is BSL interpreted and speech-to-text transcribed.