A Graceful Act of Stupidity

Photo by Chris Nash, 2019

This is a big welcome aboard. We promise a flight like no other.

Join our two flight attendants as they take you on a journey that slips seamlessly between the everyday and the poetic. Brace yourself for a playful, yet poignant ride on this most unusual aeroplane, fast-propelling you towards the inevitable.

Danced with charm and cheek, the two performers interweave delicious full-bodied dancing with spoken word, gestural detail and British Sign Language. This masterful choreography is a microcosm of joy and pathos.

A Graceful Act of Stupidity is your entire life in a moment. It’s time to check-in.

  • Performance date and time

  • 16 June
  • 11am, 1pm and 3pm
  • Running Time
  • 16 minutes
  • Warwick Arts Centre

  • University of Warwick
  • Outside of Arts Centre by Butterworth Hall entrance / main entrance

Location

A Graceful Act Of Stupidity

Photo by Chris Nash, 2019

Our repertoire of duets continues to grow this year as we collaborate with New Art Club's Tom Roden. Tom Roden draws on his experience across art-form as theatre-maker, comedian, choreographer and dancer in his beautiful new duet for Candoco. This is a piece that promises to make us laugh a lot and maybe even shed a tear too. In his guise as comedian, Tom is particularly keen to play with archetypes - he enjoys usurping people's expectations and encouraging audiences to question the way they perceive the world.

Join our two flight attendants as they take you on a journey that slips seamlessly between the everyday and the poetic. Brace yourself for a playful, yet poignant ride on this most unusual aeroplane, fast-propelling you towards the inevitable.

Danced with charm and cheek, the two performers interweave delicious full-bodied dancing with spoken word, gestural detail and British Sign Language.

This masterful choreography is a microcosm of joy and pathos.

A Graceful Act of Stupidity is your entire life in a moment. It’s time to check-in.


  • Running Time: 16 minutes