HandsON is a raw, unfiltered and intimate piece that connects to audiences young and old in unconventional spaces to challenge perceptions of mental health and open a door to conversations around how we can better support one another.
Developed for up to 30 people, this audiovisual dance theatre work invites audiences into a complex world that sees them become active observers of someone else's inner workings. Connecting to people across outdoor and public spaces, the piece explores what it means to live in today’s society, and why, in British culture, we are still discouraged from showing raw emotion publicly.
Experienced via wireless headsets set to an original sound score by composer Lee Affen, watch as three male performers bear witness to the things that aren’t usually said out loud.
HandsON was initially funded by Arts Council England and supported by the University of Salford, Ludus Dance, Yorkshire Dance & HOME, Manchester.
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