A site-specific performance for railway stations
Trainstation was a ground-breaking and highly innovative site-specific work that became an international touring success after its premiere in London in 1998. The project is conceived for railway stations and investigates the social environment and human relations within a distinctive public space, exhibiting characteristics that can nonetheless be found across cultures around the globe.
A seminal piece for the company forging new ideas about performance in public spaces, the piece toured nationally and internationally from 1998-2004 to mainline railway stations across the UK and capital cities in Europe, including Madrid, Helsinki, Prague, Budapest, Zurich, London, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle and Munich.
Co-commissioned by the South Bank Centre and The Place Theatre and funded by London Arts Board’s Creative Developments in Dance Award.