There’s a batch of babies crawling around the stage, their mothers’ eyes on them.
There’s a group of pregnant women too and, inside them, some people who haven’t been born yet.
Spring. looks to the future and imagines what kind of lives might be about to be lived in the world we’re leaving behind.
Fuelled by incessant karaoke and a text built out of hundreds of awkward questions, Spring. asks about absence and presence and what it means to be hopeful.
Show me how you want it to be…
Hit me [….. ] one more time.
Spring. is the fourth and final part of Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring., Quarantine’s epic quartet of work about the human life cycle and our relationship with time.
Spring. | 24, 25 & 27 August 2017 | Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival, Gronigen, NL
Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. | Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 May 2017 | Norfolk & Norwich Festival
Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. | 26 & March, 2 & 3 April 2016| Old Granada Studios, Manchester
An interview with Richard Gregory translated from Swedish.
Scenkonstguiden.se, February 2017
Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. was co-commissioned by Compass Live Art, Contact, Dublin Theatre Festival, HOME, Göteborgs Dans & Teater Festival, In Between Time, Lancaster Arts, National Theatre Wales, Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival Groningen, Northern Stage and SICK! Festival. Supported through NXT STP.
Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. has received an Arts Council England Exceptional Award and is supported by The Wellcome Trust.