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CandoCo has gained a reputation as the world's leading company of disabled and non-disabled dancers.
Candoco Dance Company - the renowned contemporary dance company of disabled and non-disabled performers - presents a restaged version of J?r?me Bel's award-winning The Show Must Go On, bringing together a UK-wide cast of 20 performers, 19 pop songs and one DJ. The Show Must Go On was created in 2001 and is one of the iconic works in the career of French choreographer J?r?me Bel. The show examines the relationship between art and life, constantly surprising and challenging the viewer's expectations. Controlled by a DJ and audio feed, the performers follow lyrics of the songs, ranging from musicals to well-loved pop songs. Described as "a mischievously entertaining conceptualist who is less interested in movement than in messing with your head" (The Guardian), Bel is famous for challenging expectations.
Formed in 2007, in memory of a dear friend, the dance troupe consists of eleven members from East London and the Essex area. Diversity are really one big family. They are made up of three sets of brothers: Ashley and Jordan Banjo, Ian, Jamie and Matthew McNaughton, Sam and Mitchell Craske. They are complemented by four of their best friends: Terry Smith, Ike Ezekwugo, Warren Russell and Perri Luc Kiely.
The tour will see Diversity performing exclusively choreographed routines based on their ITV special.
Cadiz portrays Fernandez' personal reflections towards his Andalucian roots. This commissioned work is a nostalgic view of his past, his home town and its walls - a walk through Cadiz, it's beaches, light, mystery and past. Jesus will be performing original choreography accompanied by four outstanding artists from Cadiz. An intensive and powerful performance, featuring original flamenco music and dance at its best.
Based on Irish folklore, this classic tale of Good vs. Evil, expressed through the universal language of dance, has thrilled audiences worldwide and catapulted Irish dance to a new dimension and unprecedented worldwide acclaim. As the story unfolds, the Little Spirit travels through time to help the Lord of the Dance protect his people from the challenge of Don Dorcha, the Dark Lord. As this evil dark power challenges the hero, the incredible adventure continues, drawing its audience into a mythical universe of love, danger, and desire.
Contemporary dance. Richard Alston, Artistic Director of The Place, the UK's leading centre for contemporary dance, is internationally recognised as one of the most influential and inspiring choreographers in British dance.
Proudly celebrating its twentieth year, Richard Alston Dance Company returns to Malvern with a knock-out new programme showcasing Alston's superbly skilled choreography. Richard Alston's brand new piece, Nomadic, connects Romanian gypsy music and electronic sound, exploring deeper the world of his hugely popular Gypsy Mixture. Burning, Martin Lawrance's latest piece, is inspired by the Dante Sonata of Franz Liszt, played live onstage. It's an intensely dramatic dance, immediately greeted with rapture by critics and audiences alike. 'So what does it take to have the audience cheering full-throated approval? The Richard Alston Dance Company, that's what' The Herald (premiere of Burning, Edinburgh). In his classic Overdrive, Alston takes up the pulsating rhythm of modern Californian composer Terry Riley's music and runs with it to the wire.