Extremely Pedestrian Chorales

By Karl Jay-Lewin and Matteo Fargion

“A beguiling mix of high and low art… clever, funny and thought-provoking.” ★★★★★ The Herald Scotland (Keith Bruce)
“Well, that was extraordinary!”
★★★★
Scots Gay Arts
★★★★ The Scotsman
★★★★ 
The List
★★★
The Guardian
★★★
The Skinny
★★
The Wee Review
The Herald (Mark Brown)

Extremely Pedestrian Chorales presents the prosaic and commonplace experience of the pedestrian as an act of beauty, meaning and gentle comedy.

The work takes its form and structure from the sublime harmonies of JS Bach’s famous Chorales – pitching them into our present day lives with just a dash of punk-ish irreverence and 18th Century powder wigs.  A beguiling mix of high and low art exploring the multifarious roles and movement languages of the pedestrian.

Scottish Tour 2021

15 Oct, 17:00
St. Giles Church, Elgin

17 October, 15:00 (+ free workshop 12.00-13.30)
Dunoon Burgh Hall, Dunoon

18 Oct, 14:00 & 17:00
Platform, Glasgow

19 Oct, 19:30
Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld

20 Oct, 19.30
Summerhall, Edinburgh

21 Oct, 19:30
Melrose Corn Exchange, Melrose

For more information on the free workshops for dancers of all abilities, click here.

Previous tour dates

28 Feb 2020, 19.30
The Barn, Banchory

29 Feb 2020, 19.30
Phoenix Centre, Newton Dee Camphill Community

20-24 August 2019
Summerhall, Edinburgh (part of the British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2019)

5 May 2019
RISE Festival, Findhorn

28-30 Sept 2018
Kinloss Church, Kinloss (part of the Findhorn Bay Festival)

For cast and credits see Collaborators

See also Extremely Pedestrian Chorales Workshop