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Extraordinary Bodies’ new outdoor show ‘What am I Worth?’ is now half way through its tour for this year and the feedback has been incredibly positive!

“I watched this today with my class of 6 year olds. We loved it, it was really moving and it started some really interesting discussions with the children.

Ruth, audience comments via Facebook

 

“Very emotional performance today, I was totally blown away by the whole piece. Definitely worth trying to get down to see a performance.”

Joanne, audience comments via Facebook

 

“Extraordinary by name and extraordinary by nature. The company’s new Piece ‘What Am I Worth?’ was performed as part of The Tall Ships Races Sunderland 2018 Cultural Programme. It provided highly original, thought provoking and moving entertainment for the public who were enthralled by the piece. The performances, the astonishing set and the enthusiasm of the locally recruited participants, all made for a piece of outdoor performance that helped make the festival such a success.”

Helen Green, the Head of Performance for Sunderland Culture

Extraordinary Bodies’ next performances on their 2018 UK Tour of What Am I Worth? will be at Glasgow’s Merchant City Festival this weekend on August 4th and 5th. The tour continues to London’s National Theatre Riverstage Festival on August 10th and 11th, in collaboration with London Borough of Southwark and working with the National Youth Theatre.

Below photos from What Am I Worth? performance as part of The Tall Ships Festival Sunderland 2018. All photos by Dan Prince.

Extraordinary Bodies is a partnership between Cirque Bijou and Diverse City.

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