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1 in 4 of us live in The Box at some point. What are we going to do about it?

The Box is dance theatre piece which explores the impact depression can have, and how our society responds to it. A beautiful combination of exquisite choreography and thought-provoking social commentary, presented with feeling and humour, this is a powerful and inspiring new work. Performed by four talented dancers, The Box offers an innovative and playful way to connect with a sometimes difficult to talk about subject matter.

“Going to see The Box was my first ever trip to see a contemporary dance performance and I was captivated by the strength of the message that the performance managed to put across. The use of dance, humour, and drama to demonstrate a genuine empathy for mental health issues was so clever, well-constructed and engaging…brilliant” Audience member

This show is appropriate for those aged 13+


Assembly Roxy | EDINBURGH

27TH - 28TH SEPT, 7:30pm

0131 623 3030

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Beacon Arts Centre | GREENOCK

8TH OCT, 7:30pm

01475 723 723

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Paisley Arts Centre | PAISLEY

12TH OCT, 7:30pm

0300 3001210

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The Lemon Tree | Dancelive | ABERDEEN

18TH OCT, 5:30pm

01224 984161 / 01224 984159

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The Space | DUNDEE

23RD OCT, 7:30pm

or on the door


25TH OCT, 7:30pm

01334 475000

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Eden Court | INVERNESS

1ST NOV, 7:30pm

01463 234 234

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Mind To Move Workshop

If you’re aged from 18 - 65+, and have experience of mental health issues, there’s an opportunity to attend a free movement workshop the day before each show – no dance experience necessary. Click here to find out more

About Julia James-Griffiths Julia James-Griffiths is an emerging choreographer based in Scotland. As a performer, she has worked with choreographers both locally and abroad, with key figures such as Christine Devaney, Tommy Small, and Kirstie Simson. As a choreographer and a performer, she has been involved in several festivals both nationally and abroad.

The inspiration behind her work comes from her interest in psychology and the senses. She has a keen interest in creating work that explores our human nature and way of life, and in such a way that aims to be refreshingly accessible, honest, insightful, and impactful. The work she develops layers dance and movement with other art forms and practices, such as theatre and improvisation.


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