☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ 

I have never seen a choreopoem before and thought the format worked well. The writing was beautiful and I liked the way the dynamic perpetually changed between the two characters.

Saturn Returns reviews

We asked our digital audience who watched Saturn Returns (formerly known as Circles) to describe the show in the 3 words. The most common response was:

Profound, mesmeric, transcended.

☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ 

I was genuinely mesmerised by the writing- the words were engaging, exciting, gripping and really painted a picture that has stayed with me long after the showing.

Saturn Returns The Premiere

A choreopoem exploring the psychospiritual clashes produced in black people by the weight of history.

Date: 21-24 April 2022

Time: 7:30pm

Live captions are available for all performances. 

Audio description will also be available on the 22nd of April

Tickets: £10 or £15 for 2 tickets

Plan your visit | Brixton HouseThis venue is wheelchair accessible. 

For any queries about access, please contact Sonny via Sonny.Nwachukwu@gmail.com

About Me

Sonny Nwachukwu is a writer, director and founder of Gateway Arts Productions based in London. His work is multi-disciplinary spanning across writing, poetry, dance, theatre and anything that lies beyond. His work primarily focuses on the African Diaspora. Sonny is a storyteller that incorporates dance and literature making his work relevant, unique, vibrant and thought-provoking. His academic background in Psychology informs much of his work and he is keen to tackle issues seen as taboo or ‘different’.

Sonny received his dance training from authentic West African and dancehall teachers. He has performed with numerous Afrobeats and dancehall artists working across the UK and has performed at venues including Sadler’s Wells and SSE Wembley stadium.

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