International Program

Program type: International Program
Starts at: 20:00 - Monday, 23 September
Location: Kote Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre (Big Stage)
Joel Brown and Eve Mutso

111 (one hundred and eleven)

Directed by  George Bushaway

Choreographer s and Dancers Joel Brown and Eve Mutso


Co-writer & Sound Design – George Bushaway

Video Trailer Production – George Bushaway & David Street

Aerial Coach – Mark Gibson
Producer – Susan Hay
Outside Eyes – Time Nunn, David Street, Susan Hay, Risto Oja

Photographer  Susan Hay

Duration: 45 minutes, without intermission.



111 is a powerful duet between two exceptional dancers – Joel Brown and Eve Mutso – as they explore their different strengths and vulnerabilities. Joel is a paraplegic dancer, self-trained, who dances with CandoCo – the UK’s leading inclusive dance company and Eve is former principal dancer with Scottish Ballet.

111 is the number of vertebrae that Joel and Eve have between them… hypothetically. Eve “moves like she has a hundred”, Joel’s spin is fused and he jokes he only has 11.




“… visually striking…their arms combining in a hybrid semaphoring of graceful resourcefulness”


გარდა ცენტრალური შესასვლელისა, ხვალინდელ სპექტაკლზე გაიხსნება უზნაძის 48-ში მდებარე შესასვლელიც, რომელიც ადაპტირებულია ეტლით მოსარგებლე პირებისთვის.

Except for the main entrance, additional entrance will be opened from #48 Uznadze str. which is wheelchair friendly!

Also supported by Aerial Edge, Journey Productions, Ripple Arts, Scottish Ballet, CandoCo, Wayne McGregor Studios and Check it Scaffold.

Joel Brown and Eve Mutso first met at Tramway in Glasgow in 2015 when Scottish Ballet, Indepen-dance and Marc Brew were exploring a new work.  From the first time they danced together, there was an instant rapport. 111 is the result.

111 is commissioned and supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Spirit of 2012; The Work Room; The Place; Made in Scotland; Creative Scotland and Tramway. 111 was selected to be part of the prestigious Made in Scotland showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019 and has been listed as one of the top 12 shows to see in this year’s Fringe by the Guardian newspaper.