Anthony Lo-Giudice has worked with young creatives from across the North East to create two pre-show performances inspired by ROMA’s music and movement.
Trinity Church is the setting for ROMA, a dance theatre production from Teesside raised choreographer Anthony Lo-Giudice that explores the notions of belonging, nationhood, and cross cultural identity.
Within ROMA, Anthony crafts the intimate musings of his mother’s accounts of a failed love story, whilst attempting to build a home for her son in the absence of a father figure.
ROMA meditates on a quest for someone to love and for a place to call home, entangled within the complexities of heritage, tradition, language and family.
Free but ticketed. Tickets are released two hours before each show time. Available from SIRF Central on a first come, first served basis.