Amaterasu, the supreme Japanese deity, is the
story of the goddess of the sun and the universe, from whom all of
Japan's emperors are descended. A Shinto creation story of birth, death
and rebirth, of evil spirits repressing the light of the world and the
final battle for the land of the rising sun, Amaterasu is a story and a
production of mythical proportions.
This production, in the avant garde
dance-theatre hybrid of Butoh, has been created in four intense weeks
with guest artist and friend of QACI, Mark Hill, international performer
and teacher who has been involved in QACI’s last 6 Butoh shows.
As this is a studio show, bookings are essential and the shows are expected to sell out.
This performance has a strict 7pm start, with a lock out – no late entry allowed. We advise you to plan your arrival for 6.30pm.
Tickets are complimentary, however strictly limited.
14 - 16 March, 7PM
Reserve your tickets here.