Love Unspoken is the final in a trilogy conceived and directed by our Artistic Director Arti Prashar, developed in collaboration with people living with dementias from South Asian communities.  

Pushing the boundaries of non-verbal theatre; Love Unspoken is a visually stunning, dynamic piece exploring love and the journeys it takes. Punctuated by moments of lucidity the show navigates love stories and poetry through dance, movement, sound and light, taking inspiration from Rabindranath Tagore’s ‘The Gift’, 

“All that my hands can place in yours will slip through your fingers, and fall forgotten to the dust, return into dust”  

Each piece of work in this series has developed as a result of learnings from the former show in the trilogy, and from our experience of touring both of these shows Once Upon a Time and The Garden. We have observed that the need for dementia arts in south Asian communities are not being met, for this show we are working specifically with that group.

Love Unspoken is a Spare Tyre production in association with Queens Theatre Hornchurch, where we will be premiering the show this October. Tickets on sale soon...