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BASTIAN Gallery, London

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We are pleased to invite you to the final opportunity to see The Wavering Light; a dance performance resulting from conversations and research into the life of Dan Flavin between choreographer Katie Green, dancer Megan Griffiths and BASTIAN gallery, London.

This public performance will be held on the 10th of February 2020 at 19:00 in the BASTIAN gallery, 8 Davies Street, London, W1K 3DW

The performance is free (although capacity in the gallery is limited so you will need to reserve a ticket by clicking on 'Get tickets' above in order to be added to our guest list), and will last 15 minutes.

Chris Craig from BASTIAN writes:

"Green’s choreography suggests a push/pull relationship with the light sculptures whereby Griffiths is presented intimately enthralled to the lights, bashfully separate from them and finally vitally inspired by them. In the process the static installation comes to life, living and breathing with the dancer; the fall of light is rhythmically in time with the dancer." 

The exhibition Dan Flavin: For Prudence runs until 15 February 2020 at BASTIAN, London. 

Pricing and availability

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Davies Street



Directed by Katie Green

Choreographed and performed by Megan Griffiths, with additional choreography from Chloe Mead

Including composition by Max Perryment

Design: Chloe Mead

Film direction and photography: Joshua Thompson, Wigglyline Productions

Please note that there is one step to enter the building. 

The performance will take place in the main exhibition space which is on the ground floor level. Note that the toilets in the gallery building are on the basement level of the space and there is no lift - these can only be accessed by stairs.

Please contact us on [email protected] after booking your ticket if you have any accessibility requirements about which you would like us to be aware.

Why are you limiting number of tickets available?

This is due to the capacity for audience in the space at BASTIAN gallery. If there are too many people in the gallery it will impact on people's ability to see the performance fully.

How long will the performance last?

The performance will last 15 minutes.

Will there be reserved seating?

No, for this performance there will be standing room only.

Is the piece suitable for everyone?

Yes, the piece is suitable for all ages, you just need to make sure you reserve a free space for everyone who's coming, as we have to limit numbers of tickets available.

Is it possible to join a waiting list for any returned tickets?

Yes, please email us at [email protected] if you would like to hear about any returned tickets, and we will try to release any unallocated tickets on the day of the performance on a first-come-first-served basis. If you book tickets and find out that you are unable to attend, please do return your tickets so they can be released to other people.

Will I be able to just turn up on the day?

We have strictly limited capacity for this performance, so if you haven't reserved your ticket in advance, it is unlikely you will be able to see the performance by just turning up on the day.

Do I need to bring a printed version of my ticket to the performance?

No, we will have a list of names of people who have booked on the door, or you could bring your ticket confirmation on your phone if you are able to do so (particularly if you are making your booking on the day of the performance).

Are there any other times when I will be able to see the work?

This will be the last opportunity to see a performance of The Wavering Light at BASTIAN London, but you can see a film of the work here: 

Where can I find out more about Made By Katie Green's work in galleries, museums, libraries, outdoor spaces etc?

Visit our website:

Any other questions?

Please don't hesitate to contact Katie on [email protected] .


Made By Katie Green

Made By Katie Green is a contemporary dance company using dance, text and music to respond to places where you would not usually expect to find a dance performance. Most recently we have done this through our 'Dancing in Museums' and 'Dancing in Caves' projects. We are interested in telling stories about what it means to be human, what this has meant throughout history and how what has happened in the past affects us now. We want to create vibrant, memorable, moving work, and to do this in all kinds of places for a range of different audiences.