“Thought- and feeling-provoking, SOME TIMES is a sensory treat, a journey through time led by dance, art and sound.” Everything Theatre

SOME TIMES offers us an intriguing connection to the planet and our small place along its timeline.” The Reviews Hub


SOME TIMES takes audiences on a sensory journey through different ways of experiencing time, and witnessing changing patterns and relationships.

From collective beginnings in the unknown to questions raised through individual lifetimes and the scope of memory, Harrington leans into neurodivergent ways of processing information.

Drawing on formats including exhibition, concert and talk-show, SOME TIMES offers possibilities for ways we can be together across different generations in the times we are currently living through. Referencing the climate crisis, digital, geological and distinctly human time scales, this piece reaches beyond the human and into the past and future. 

Students from Varndean College, Brighton will make up the community cast that join this performance of SOME TIMES

Presented in partnership with Brighton Festival.

Co-commissioned by Dance City and South East Dance. Supported by Arts Council England and Bonnie Bird Choreography Fund. Supported through residencies with Siobhan Davies Dance and FABRIC.

About J Neve Harrington

J Neve Harrington is an artist whose work includes writing, dance & choreography, video, installation, costume and space design. She works mainly in gallery and non-stage spaces where her work prioritises explorations around access, play, agency, confrontation by times/scales beyond the human, neuroqueer experiences of information processing and attention. 

Date and time
Saturday 04 May 2024
J Neve Harrington
The Jamie Watton Creation Space, The Dance Space
Ticket Price
£12 / £10 Concessions
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