Rise looks at themes of empowerment and evolution.
Graceful Act Of Stupidity is your entire life in a moment. It’s time to check-in. Candoco promises both laughter and tears in this duet.
Zoo Humans is inspired by the shocking statistic that three-quarters of young people in the UK spend less time outdoors than prisoners.
New work from Croydon-based choreographers who are 16-24 years old.
Swapping Shadows two dancers attempt to walk in each other’s footsteps, drawing from Bharatanatyam and contemporary techniques.
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The Other Side of Me. Am I who I am for me or for you? I have an identical me but I’m not you. I see me, you see me, this is me.
‘Brit is Zoo Humans’ work is inspired by the shocking statistic that three-quarters of young people in the UK spend less time outdoors than prisoners.
Sugar Army is an excerpt from Oona Doherty’s Hard To Be Soft – A Belfast Prayer. It is a contemporary Haka dance for young women.
Walk Wake Woke is Grand Gesture’s developing collection of dance vignettes which confronts the myths and stereotypes of ageing.
Adieu celebrates the life and work of Derek Jarman, the filmmaker, painter, gardener, activist and writer who died 25 years ago.
Born to Manifest is a powerful new Hip – Hop dance work that illuminates the experience of young black British men.
Silk Road is a fascinating exploration of the rituals along nomadic routes, conjuring images of the pilgrims, monks, traders and urban dwellers…
The Head Wrap Diaries is an uplifting blend of club styles fused with African and Contemporary dance, great music, a good dose of humour and HAIR stories!
Hidden Impact was part of the WW1 commemorations and shows the roles people with learning disabilities played during the conflict.