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An innovative theatre piece combining music, voices and dance, with a text by Caryl Churchill and music by Orlando Gough.
Hotel is in two parts:
In the first, Eight Rooms, fourteen people - tourists, couples and business people - spend an ordinary night in a hotel. But they all occupy the same space, their stories overlapping and interweaving and creating an exhilarating collage of words, voices, music and choreographed movement.
In the second, a dance piece entitled Two Nights, we see two distinct nights happening at the same time. Two people find different ways to disappear, while a diary found in another hotel room tells of one more extraordinary disappearance.
'Elusive, poetic, striking and substantial' - The Times
'Their pieces have the power to make you leave the theatre in an altered state' - Observer