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ROMA is a dance theatre production that explores the notions of belonging, nationhood and cross-cultural identity, told through the semi-biographical account of Anthony's English mother and Sicilian father. ​


It examines our quest for someone to love and for a place to call home, entangled within the complexities of heritage, tradition, language and family.

Audience response
The making of ROMA


Choreography: Anthony Lo-Giudice

Dramaturgy: Vivien Wood

Dancers: Rosie Macari, Molly Procter, Caroline Reece, 

Paolo Pisarra, James Southward

Music: Bradley Creswick MBE, Brendan Murphy

Photography: Chris Davis, Scott Miller

Producing: Nicky McKeen, Patricia Stead

Made with support from:

Arts Council England

Northumberland Arts Development

Alnwick Playhouse

Maltings Berwick

Dance City

York Minster

Queens Hall Arts

Middlesbrough Town Hall

Durham Cathedral

Northern School of Contemporary Dance

Hadrians Wall 1900 Festival

Stock International Riverside Festival

The Auckland Project 

North Of Tyne Combined Authority

Exchange 1856



Previous performances:


Alnwick Playhouse

Durham Cathedral

Berwick Maltings

York Minster Queens

Hall Arts Hexham

Middlesbrough Town Hall

Dance City Newcastle


Stockton International Riverside Festival

Mouth of The Tyne Collective Festival


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