“Its like a soul-sister narrative that I really related to… exploring space and time and the hidden stories that are within us that can come out if we express our desires. I would recommend it for anyone who wants a night out where they are inspired by something out there in the unknown”
“It’s an honest, true, pure piece of work delivered straight from the heart, go and see it!”
'Superposition has a great deal of charm and is performed beautifully.'
Manchester Theatre Awards
“Superposition is a frank, hopeful yet honest look at the questions that surround the universe, juxtaposed through the lens of lap dancing and quantum physics. The narrative pivots between Kunda’s lessons in erotic dancing , the body positivity reflections against the backdrop of her life. And all seamlessly fused together in a dialogue of dance fusion, philosophy and music.
We are forced to think about the politics and conflict of ownership, the policing and imposed restrictions of bodies and more importantly, the politics of black women’s bodies.
Behind the poetry, the pole, and the heels there is a rawness which laces between the words and the movement and transcends boundaries.
The show circles around and around, looping upon itself – but it isn’t repetitive. In an age where women’s eroticism is often portrayed quite cheaply, Kunda searches for a new way to elevate and celebrate it – through the disciplines of science, spirituality and sensuality. The hour passed very quickly”
-Elise Gallagher UPSTAGED MANCHESTER