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#JeSuis Aakash Odedra

Akash Odedra 313th May 2019

7.30pm

 

Aakash Odedra Company presents the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression award-winning production #JeSuis, an enthralling dance-theatre piece about individuals struggling to find their voice in the stand against oppression.

Seven dancers from Turkey deliver a soaring tribute to all the people, whether they are in prison, a refugee camp, or in a house behind closed curtains, whose stories have not yet been ‘hashtagged’ and where their freedom of movement, their speech, religion or liberty remains at stake.

Set against a powerful soundtrack, #JeSuis was born from the belief that our ability to speak out and stand together will see us through to brighter times.

**** “Gritty, authentic and bold” The Reviews Hub

 

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Phoenix Dance Theatre: The Rite of Spring & Left Unseen

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7.30pm

Phoenix Dance Theatre present a culturally distinctive 21st century re-working of the iconic ballet, The Rite of Spring. For his first work created in the UK, Haitian-born contemporary and folklore choreographer Jeanguy SAINTUS re-envisions The Rite of Spring introducing the sacred arts of Haiti in his bold approach to the near riot-causing original by Vaslav Nijinsky.

 Performed alongside The Rite of Spring will be Left Unseen, which explores inclusion and isolation and our instinctive reliance on the five senses. Using precise choreography, moments of unison, interaction, sporadic bursts of movement and sudden stillness Lebrun poses the question, how sensitive and aware can we become when we lose one of our senses.

 

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Jump Start 19

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7.30pm

 

MÓTUS presents JUMP START 19 - a celebration of the extraordinary talent and energy the young dancers of Milton Keynes and beyond have to offer. In partnership with The Venue MK we bring you an evening of dynamic and original dance work.

Now in its fourth year JUMP START goes from strength to strength welcoming hundreds of young people to each event. Most recently the platform played host to the South East Regional U.Dance selection platform featuring the best work from around the South East region. If you’re looking for an evening of inspiring youth dance performance, this is it.

 

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An Evening with Namron: From Asphalt to Maplewood

Namron 118th May 2019

7.30pm

 

The inspiring autobiographical story of Namron  Yarrum, ne Norman Murray. Through dance, photography, film and spoken work, Namron leads you through his journey: from being a child in Jamaica with no dance background to becoming a founding member of London Contemporary Dance Theatre and one of the most celebrated dancers in British Contemporary Dance.

Having worked with pioneering choreographers including Robert Cohan, Alvin Ailey, Siobhan Davies and Richard Alston and with a dance career spanning 50 years, Namron has plenty of stories to tell in the deeply personal and inspiring performance

 

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London Studio Centre presents Intoto Dance 2019

INTOTO Website header Nicole Guarino22nd May 2019

7.30pm

 

An evening of three diverse, newly commissioned works - from the daring physicality of Nathan Johnston to the gutsy and visceral style of Victoria Fox Markiewicz (TRIBE//) to the alluring and emotionally charged work of Luke Brown (LSC alumnus, ex INTOTO member, Luke Brown Dance). 

“It was incredible, dramatic, impressive, thought-provoking”

Audience member, 2018

With its 27 year history as a repertoire company, INTOTO DANCE continues to support emerging choreographers, as well as commissioning work from established artists in the world of contemporary dance and dance theatre. INTOTO DANCE presents a rich programme performed by the talented undergraduate dancers from London Studio Centre, one of the country’s most prestigious performing arts colleges.  

“I’ve been struck by the dancers’ versatility and creative openness.”

- Ben Duke, award winning Lost Dog Artistic Director

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