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    Zhanna Chernenko presents

    In Between

    Tue 14 May at 9pm
    Tickets £8 - £12 (+ booking fee)
    Explore the profound impact of personal choices and historical narratives through the intertwining stories of three women, beautifully depicted through contemporary dance, text, and video.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 mins
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeSuitable for ages 18+

    Get 25% off when you book more than one show across our Spring Season (April - June 2024).

    Experience a captivating fusion of contemporary dance, compelling narratives, and immersive visuals. Explore the profound impact of personal choices through the interwoven stories of three remarkable women at pivotal moments in history. From the little-known tale of Fridl Blumenthal in the Terezin Ghetto to the resilience of Russian aristocrat Euphrosinia Kersnovskaya in the Gulag, and the contemporary journey of a fictional dancer. This performance refracts history through the lens of individual decisions, allowing viewers to witness the lasting effect of choice across different eras.

    Tickets for In Between

    Tue 14 May, 21:00

    Tobi King Bakare and this theatre deserve a shout-out for such a young, diverse audience. There is so much talk about audiences being full of over 60s and why, why can’t theatres get the crowds in to reflect society in general? Well, I’m happy to say that on a rainy Thursday evening, the theatre was completely full.

    Caiti Grove on Before I Go in CPT's Spring 2023 season London Theatre Reviews