Forgetting Natasha

Forgetting Natasha is an immersive multi-layered performance using dance, poetry and digital media, that delves into the touching and poetic story of one woman’s experience of losing her memory to the onset of early dementia.

Director Heather Eddington and writer Anna Mae Selby explore the notion of identity. Will Natasha be the same person without her memories? If she can’t remember, how can she exist?

A potentially difficult subject matter is tackled with elegance and skill, alongside the beautiful imagery the dancers relive her memories and tell her story. Forgetting Natasha challenges the audience’s senses through dance, spoken word and the latest digital and live animation techniques. For this new work State of Flux Artistic Director Heather Eddington joins forces with internationally acclaimed video artists KMA (past collaborations include DV8’s To be Straight With You and Phoenix Dance Theatre’s Eng-er-land).


Thursday 27 September 2012, 7.30pm

Stanley and Audrey Burton Theatre, Northern Ballet, Leeds / 0113 220 8808


Wednesday 3 October 2012, 8pm

Lincoln Drill Hall / 01522 873894


Thursday 4 October 2012, 7.30pm

The Civic, pornstar Barnsley / 01226 327 000


Thursday 25 & Friday 26 October 2012, 8pm

DanceXchange, Birmingham / 0844 338 5000




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  • Quotes:

    "What can I say.... It was fantastic…It is a very moving piece"
    Assis Carreiro Artistic Director & Chief Executive of DanceEast


    "Technically impressive … Multi-media comes of age"

    A sensory experience which combines the highs of dance, theatre, cinema and art.” East Anglian Daily Times


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