We’re thrilled to announce the launch of a brand new show to be hosted at The Cloud Hub in the Centre from 14th – 18th May 2019.
I TALK TO THE CLOUDS AND THEY CRY WITH ME was created by award winning choreographer Rhiannon Faith on behalf of the Harlow Playhouse and will run alongside a weeks’ worth of activities supporting and aiming to improve Harlow’s Mental Health.
The whole event has been made possible by the awarding of a £49,000 grant from Arts Council England to the Harlow Playhouse, who commissioned Rhiannon to create the show.
The Cloud Hub will be based in The Harvey Centre and open 11am – 8pm, each day from the 14th – 18th May. It will host a range of activities including – theatre, dance, visual art, therapy, music, mental health workshops, yoga, moan for free, feelings with Fanny, mindfulness mural and a mental health market place – all supported by Harlow Playhouse Young Practitioners.
I TALK TO THE CLOUDS AND THEY CRY WITH ME is a beautifully moving, personal and honest dance theatre show about loneliness, forgiveness and friendship. Set within a spectacular and dramatic cloud structure, and based on a true story, two performers tell one man’s struggle through illness and suffering, and his desire to live in the sky. The show shines a light on mental health problems and discusses death, suicide and the suffering we experience through illness. It truly is a show not to be missed.