A true advocate for Indigenous peoples, Lara Kramer’s work deals with the often brutal relationships between Indigenous peoples and colonial society.

Native Girl Syndrome is inspired by the experience of Kramer’s own grandmother; having migrated from a remote First Nations community into an unfamiliar urban environment as a young woman.

Kramer paints a ruthless portrait of homeless Indigenous women and, through the raw, street-style performances of Karina Iraola and Angie Cheng, she creates a troubling universe of truth and reality. The dancers drug filled, disassociated personas take the audience on a potent journey through addiction, loss and alienation.

Running time: 1 hour (no interval)

Presented by Summerhall

Performances

2-4 & 7-11 August
4.20pm

£10 (£8 concession, £28 family ticket)

Book Tickets

£10 (£8 concession, £28 family ticket)

‘Opens an intimate window on urban reality’ Bachtrack.com