A 30-strong choir, action-packed film and a giant sculptural head combine in a dynamic performance inspired by the history of the Paralympic Games.
Gold Run premiered on Glyndebourne’s main stage on Sunday 1 April 2012, before going on to appear as part of the Brighton Festival.
Outside In artist James Lake created the large scale sculptural head of David Rushbrook that is key to the stage set and this will be shown at Pallant House Gallery during the Outside In: National.
Tuesday 30th October is the last chance to see Gold Run performed on stage. The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £14 (£12 concessions) and if you would like to book please visit: www.cft.org.uk/
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Image Credit: Photograph by Andy Hood