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Tara D’Arquian: Quests


Quests is the second site-sensitive performance in a trilogy of work by Belgian choreographer Tara D’Arquian. Following the success of D'Arquian's first work In Situ, a 2013 Compass Commission, D’Arquian returns with set and costume designer Yann Seabra and composers Philippe Lenzini and Bruno Humberto to explore and deconstruct the multiplicity of self and myths of humanity. 
Whilst In Situ was conceived for a disused chapel in Peckham, Asylum, Quests will transpire in and transform Greenwich Dance's home, The Borough Hall, into multiple worlds in which temporalities and places will coexist. 
Quests is a story of love, loss and creation, in which we are constantly faced with crossroads. As a spectator of this fragmented reality, where the roads of dreams and memories are not so dissimilar, you will be led to examine your own disjointed self.
Quests is commissioned by Greenwich Dance and supported by Arts Council England, Trinity Laban and DanceEast.

Please note that this performance will contain occasional strong language and some partial nudity. 

Age guidance: 14+


Saturday's 7.30pm performance has sold out. Limited tickets are available for Saturday's 2pm performance. 



  • Event type: Performances
  • Cost: £12 / £9 Concessions
  • Dates: 17 – 20 February 2016
  • Time: 7:30PM + Saturday Matinee 2:00PM
  • Location: Greenwich Dance


Booking required.

Call 020 8293 9741 or select your preferred performance date below to book online.