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The Tide

by Talawa Theatre Company

13 and 14 August 2022

1.20pm - 1.50pm
4.40pm - 5.10pm

Clock Tower, 3 East Gates, Leicester. LE1 5YA View on Google Maps ›

The Tide investigates the experiences of migration within the United Kingdom whilst holding up a mirror to an evolving British culture.

The Tide is a powerful performance that explores an unknown land, new arrivals, boarded doors and a suitcase full of hopes, dreams and aspirations.

The Tide is an artistic collaboration between choreographer Jade Hackett and writer Ryan Calais Cameron and is Talawa’s first production created exclusively for outdoor performances.



The Clock Tower is a wide open space in the heart of the city centre, with dropped kerb access available. If you have any concerns over access or need to request some additional provisions to assist you in attending this performance please contact



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Co-Produced by
Talawa Theatre, Greenwich+Dockland International Festival and Breakin’ Convention

Supported by
Without Walls

Commissioned by
Brighton Festival and Greenwich+Dockland International Festival


A series of logos from funders and project partners.

In this black and white image, four dancers perform together, with one being on the floor connected with the other dancers by holding their hands.

Image: Pamela Raith Photography

A male dancer is being help up by two other dancers as he reaches for the sky.

Image: Pamela Raith Photography

Three dancers appear to be struggling against each other. The central dancer looks as if they are trying to escape from the other two.

Image: Pamela Raith Photography