Twice the love in double-bill at the Point

Dance performance Solstice
Dance performance Solstice
Share this article
David Curwen, centre, hugs his mother with whom he wa sreunited. Completing the group is his brother Keith

THIS WEEK IN 1975: Reunited after 30 years – but only thanks to a kind stranger

Have your say

Love will be celebrated in a double-bill of theatre and dance at The Point, Eastleigh next week.

Opening the evening is French dance piece Solstice (Remix) with Choreography by Héla Fattoumi and Eric Lamoureux.

This award-winning ‘90s French classic has been re-mastered featuring performances by Marine Chesnais and Bastien Lefèvre.

The dramatic duet of love and struggle explores the complex relationship between a man and woman, delving into their emotional space as they seek each other’s company and their own solitude.

Following on from a hugely successful Edinburgh debut, award-winning company Every Day also present their verbatim piece about love.

Created from interviews with a varied and colourful cross-section of people, The Love Project paints a heart-warming human picture of the people we meet, the feelings we have and the unique lives we all lead.

Four versatile actors play 16 interviewees – people from Cork to Canada and Glasgow to Germany.

The Love Project is directed by Ellie Browning and performed by Michael Cusick, Rachel Dale, Toby Manley and Natasha Pring. 

The Point’s love double-bill is on Thursday at 7.30pm.

Tickets: £12, concessions: £10. Call 023 8065 2333 or visit