A Moment

A choreographic response to Bren Gosling's play 'Moment of Grace'

A Moment is TOURING!

After the huge success of Offbeat Festival 2019 and the postponement of our 2020 tour we will be taking A Moment on the road in 2021 and 2022!


“I used to be interested in clothes, clubs, buying records. And men.
Now my life…what life?"

Responding to Bren Gosling’s ‘Moment of Grace’  two performers explore what it was to be gay in the 80s when the UK was full of fear and ignorance. An intimate duet moving through themes of paranoia, intimacy and oppression

Book The Show/Workshops

Would you like to book the show or workshops for you venue, festival or other event?

1) Contact us by emailing jazzula@thomaspagedances.com with 'A Moment Potential Booking' in the subject line.

2)  We will be in touch to share our tour pack and discuss further details with you.

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The Premiere

Premiered at the Bloomsbury Festival 2018 A Moment was created in response to Bren Gosling's play Moment of Grace. The play is dedicated to the memory of Shane Snape 1959-1992.

Images of dancers by Jazzula Donoghue Photography 

The Play - Moment of Grace

On 9 April 1987, Diana Princess of Wales opened Britain's first HIV/AIDS unit at London's Middlesex Hospital. In front of the world's media, she shook the hand of a man suffering the illness, did so without gloves and in that single moment challenged the commonly held misconception that HIV/AIDS was passed from person to person by touch. She demonstrated in a single gesture that HIV/AIDS was a condition needing compassion and understanding, not fear and ignorance. The play follows three narratives on the day of Dianna's visit and beautifully captures a pivotal moment in our history.

Cast and Creatives

A Moment 

Choreography/Performance: Llewelyn Lewis and Thomas Page

Photographer: Jazzula Donoghue

FreeSpace Support: Studio Wayne McGregor

Moment of Grace

Writer: Bren Gosling

Director: Su Gilroy

Jude: Carrie Hill

Andrew: Ben Bruckshaw

Donnie: Neil James

Cellist: Samuel Creer

Q+A Panel

Paul Coleman

Paul has worked professionally in the film and TV industry for more than 35 years. He is currently producer of The Aids Since the 80s Project.

Robert Miller

Professor Rob Miller is a Consultant Physician at CNWL (Mortimer Market Centre), University College Hospital and Royal Free Hospital. He has provided care for people living with HIV since 1987.

Leigh Chislett

Leigh developed and now manages Europe's largest HIV and Sexual Health Service. He has worked in HIV care for nearly 30 years and produced the documentary film AIDS: Doctors and Nurses tell their Stories.

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