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'Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past' - George Orwell
A unique collaboration between award-winning UK Bharatanatyam artist Seeta Patel and Australian choreographer Lina Limosani, Not Today's Yesterday is a one-woman politically charged dance. Blending techniques from Indian Bharatanatyam, contemporary dance and theatre (and channelling the tension of a Grimms’ fairytale), the piece questions the distorted narratives we have come to accept as accurate history. In its first appearance at Brighton Festival, Not Today’s Yesterday offers you a chance to engage in the most important geo-political conversations of this decade.
Please note: There will be a post-show discussion for 45 minutes after this event.
Theatre Royal Brighton opened in 1806 and is one of the oldest working theatres in the country. Ibsen premiered a UK production of The Doll’s House at the Theatre and Lord Olivier, John Gielgud and Dame Judi Dench have all performed on the famous stage. Theatre Royal Brighton has a bright future as it starts a third century of entertaining audiences.