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11 Million Reasons to Dance accompanies the exhibition of the same name and is a special commission for Coventry, as part of People Dancing's national programme to positively profile Deaf and disabled people who dance. In Coventry, presented by Coventry Performing Arts in partnership Coventry's Belgrade Theatre, local Dance Artists Alexis Haines and Stephanie Sandy have been working with a number of schools including: Baginton Fields School, Castle Wood school, Tiverton school, Sherbourne Fields School, and Corley centre, to create new dance performance work to be showcased alongside a duet by Kate Marsh & Welly O'Brien, who, as dancers with missing limbs, are both interested in the specificity of their own physicality and how this informs and enriches their collaborative practice and performance.
A fusion of contemporary and traditional African Caribbean forms, from dancers, drummers and international artists of all ages. Featuring Impulse, Birmingham's own adults' community performance group, Jamo Jamo Arts providing live African drumming and dance from Senegal, ACE Youth Dance Academy and Untold Dance Company from Amsterdam.
To celebrate 20 years of creating and touring dance shows, ACE have reunited with choreographer Jose Agundo to make an extraordinary new piece - TEN. At a time when more and more people across the world find themselves leaving their own lands, ideas of home and belonging are changing. Full of both intense physical power and very human fragility, TEN explores the concepts of moving away and leaving, looking at how and why people choose previously unimagined destinies over the lives they'd always thought they'd live.
Gecko have a reputation for generating unique worlds, exquisite stage craft and breath-taking choreography.
We are all married, bound by a contract. But what are the terms of this relationship and can we talk about divorce? In a blur of wedding dresses and contractual obligations, an extraordinary ensemble guides us through the struggle between love and anger, creation and destruction, community and isolation. We want to believe in our journey but where are we heading? Is it too late to stop, to go back, to fall in love, to start again? Gecko is an internationally acclaimed physical theatre company combining movement, imagery and provocative narratives to create emotionally charged and spectacular performances inspired by the complexity of human nature.
OUT OF THIS WORLD is action packed theatre from acclaimed writer and director Mark Murphy. Set within a world of projected film and animation, it combines his signature mix of ground breaking aerial choreography, explosive special effects and intense storytelling. Part psychological thriller, part heart-rending medical drama; this is the story of a woman's descent into the depths of a medically induced coma. But once safely cocooned, she discovers a shocking truth that forces her to escape her subterranean safe-house in a very real fight for life.
The award-winning Race Horse Company was formed in 2008 out of a desire to create a completely new kind of contemporary circus - chaotic, humorous and uncompromising. Seven years later they remain focused on inspiring a love of circus in audiences everywhere.
Big on flying, big on thrills and big on mind blowing skills, watch in awe as the six performers propel themselves higher and higher. A single slip and things could be messy! Containing enough fear inducing circus stunts to have you squealing with delight, Super Sunday is so exciting that you cannot look away for a second.
World Premiere. Enter the hypnotic world of MK Ultra. Rosie Kay's new work is a high energy, supercharged mash-up of thrilling dance, music and imagery. It is inspired by the bizarre realm of pop culture mind control conspiracies.
Seeta Patel is a dynamic young British talent, highly acclaimed for her skill, unique perspective and contemporary presentation style she brings to the beautiful and ancient South Indian classical art form of Bharatanatyam.
Acclaimed dancer Seeta Patel joins forces with Australian choreographer Lina Limosani and Polish born visual dramaturg Dagmara Gieysztor in this poignant work, which brings Seeta's expressive Bharatanatyam skills together with Lina's theatrical physicality in a work that looks at Bharatanatyam free from its exotic and skewed rhetoric, and at the power wielded by the whitewashing of history.