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It is with great sadness that we have to announce that The Coronet Theatre will be closed until the Autumn season. The Coronet hopes to reschedule as much of this outstanding work as possible – more information to follow as soon as possible. Please see here for the most up to date information. Please consider making a donation or joining as a member to enjoy the theatre when we are open once more.

Japan 2020: Tolerance / Intolerance Invisible Things

FujiyamaAnnette / Ney Hasegawa


Ney Hasegawa and his collective FujiyamaAnnette present high energy, witty, questioning performances that use the global language of the body to tell their story. Existing somewhere between Forced Entertainment and Kim Noble, these pieces feature flights of fancy, video projections, daydreams, power point presentations, memories, choreography, music and installation.

Perfectly suited to the intimate scale of The Coronet Theatre, FujiyamaAnnette will present a series of works themed on invisibility asking, how do we now confront the Tolerance/Intolerance spreading across the world (or do we decide not to)? Make up your own mind in this immersive experience.

Additional Information

Supported by Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)