HochZuhaus - Stories from a Confined Space

HochZuhaus stories from a confined space

Jana Korb

Sunday 27 June 2021  UK TIME: 13:30  LOCATION: Zoom

There’s a trapeze artist living on her trapeze, never coming down, thus being an expert for living in a confined space.

After we’ve glimpsed what a post-apocalyptic world will look like, the trapeze artist can give us hope by sharing her everyday experience and tricks, by giving us ideas, how to make the best out of our current everyday confinements – radiating into a distant new future. By dancing in the air she shares stories of her life.

The audience can see and listen to her from below, while she is personally talking to two people, who visit her on her trapeze rig.

Photos: Karsten Stouten

DATE: Sunday 27 June 2021

UK TIME: 13:30 – find your local time


LOCATION: Zoom – you will receive an email with the zoom link once you have booked in.


Jana Korb creates aerial theater and narrative circus, mainly producing performances in public spaces – and searching for a circus of the future.

More info about Jana’s work: www.luftartistin.de



Jill Greenhalgh

Sunday 27 June 2021  UK TIME: 15:00  LOCATION: Zoom

photo Suzon Fuks

Daughter is a workshop with a performance outcome based on intimate and reflective personal biographies of Mother and Daughter relationships.

To date the performance has been staged with over 200 women across 15 countries.

This online staging is an experiment in trying to bring the proximal intimacy that is the essence of the performance to a virtual reality. It has been a challenge.

This performance was made possible by the unending patience and commitment of producer/performers Tanya Myers and Nettie Scriven; performers Susan Croft, Fiona Graham, Lily Lowe Myers, Ulrike Johannsen and Maxine Finch; with so much support from Claire MacDonald, Nadja Smajlagic & Khaya Job; and Christina Papagiannouli’s tech savvy without whom it would NOT have happened.

DATE: Sunday 27 June 2021

UK TIME: 15:00 – find your local time


LOCATION: Zoom – you will receive an email with the zoom link once you have booked in.


Jill Greenhalgh makes performances, primarily with women, which have toured globally for the last 40 years. She is the founding artistic director of the Magdalena Project.