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PERFORMANCE: THE FURY @ CANADA WATER CULTURAL SPACE 7th-8th March 2013

Three Furies project has had an evolution. It has transformed in to The Fury Project - Transformation.
In fact, 'transforming' anger has been a mission throughout the life span of this creative project - to transform how we relate to and perceive an emotion with an energy of such force and power. 
If we take the science of energy we know that it does not disappear, energy is either stored or  transferred. So when it comes to anger, so many of us, when we lose our tempers feel the need to put that anger some where and we might direct it to the wrong place or to the wrong person. How can we prevent this form happening?  

What can a performance of dynamic spoken word, intricate movement influenced by hip hop, contemporary jazz movement, sound, song and arts installation give insight to how we can change how we feel about and look at anger?

The Fury Project has some suggestions for 
transformation,or next phase of evolution and will be sharing at the Canada Water Cultural Space for International Women's Week in March.
The original Line up - Zena Edwards, Mbali Vilakazi and Clara Opoku have handed on the baton with Zena curating a team of 5 brilliant artists to explore anger to proactive fury. For more about the artists new Fury project got to The Fury Project Website.


The Fury Project at the Canada Water Space:
 
Thursday 7th March - Poetry film installation + sharing  and collecting 'anger stories' contributed to the "Keep Calm, It's Only anger Jukebox" by everyday people.
Suitable for all ages. 
Friday 8th March - main performance in the Cultural Space. Suitable for age 14+.
 
FILM SCREENINGS
Time: Throughout the day
 Tickets: Free

FOR THE MAIN PERFORMANCE

DATE: FRIDAY 8TH MARCH
 Time: 7:30
TICKETS: £8, £5 conc
  Box Office: 020 8692 4446       
Or to book tickets, Click Here. 


Details: 
Canada Water Cultural Space
21 Surrey Quays Road, London SE16 7AR

Getting there:   
Canada Water Cultural Space is situated 
above Canada Water station (Jubilee line and London overground)
Buses
199, 1, 225, 47, 188, 381, C10, P12


Access
There is wheelchair access throughout the building 



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