This April, Chrysalis London brings Lilith, the untold tale of the world’s alternate first woman, according to Mesopotamian and Jewish mythology, to the Platform Theatre, Kings Cross.
Staged in collaboration with Central St Martins and showcasing costume, set and lighting design by a select group of the University’s students with choreography by Founder and Artistic Director; Jodie Blemings, Chrysalis London’s narrative debut will premiere on Tuesday 4thApril with a second performance on Wednesday 5th April.
Lilith’s storyline uses an amalgamation of the various tales of the mythological figure to present an original story. Blemings’ intricate choreography incorporates and displays delicate beauty with aggression and power to portray an emotive story that comments on the issue of female suppression and portrays Lilith as a figure of female empowerment; the first woman striving for equality. Lilith shines a light on human rights violations, victims of conflict and the need for humanity to reboot its soul.
For tickets: https://csmevents.co.uk/