Arts Council funded Educational & participatory Performance Project
A story of neglect, disposable bodies, consent, and self-love.

An expression of memory.

An insight into the life of who?

A man, a myth, a story, a tale from time.

Guided by the need to break the circle of abuse for a better future.

Experienced through movement and character, this work invites its audience to a space fiction passage of experiences inspired by the question ‘What does it mean to be a man?’. 

Collage-like scenes of a time traveling dream, this is an artificial-intelligent insight into a global dialogue of how we develop young men.
This work lives as an educational resource for young people, families and institutions who witness and influence young boys and girls experiencing puberty. Travel through time with us to explore what it means to be a man.

‘Feed me that formula so I don't make the same mistakes as you, be it verbal, physical, sexual, mental.’ 

Performance and forum 

Credits: Arts Council England, Elevate, Young Minds, Men UP North

AGE 11+

About Namiuki Dance Theatre

Namiuki Dance Theatre was founded in 2017 as a vehicle that supports Edenamiuki’s aspiration as a dancer, choreographer and youth leader. Initiatives and artistic creations from NDT support the development of a professional and youth communities interested in Hip Hop Dance Theatre, while making socially relevant performances that can foster a long term change.

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