Dance: Event of the week: V-TOL Dance Company Wed & Thur Queen Elizabeth Hall
Saturday 05 December 1998
Added to the four dancers who play a wife, her husband, his lover and a neighbour, there is a narrator who questions them about their roles in the incident. Although the title of the piece is ...and nothing but the truth..., the implication seems to be quite the opposite. Intrigue and deception, selective memory and dark humour emerge through a mixture of live action, speech, multiple cinematic projections and close-ups of the characters. Strong language and imagery are threatened: you have been warned.
QEH, London SE1 (0171-960 4242 ) Wed & Thu, 7.45pm
Courtyard, Hereford (01432 359252) tonight, 7.30pm
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