Date Details

  • Discover Dance: Evening of Professional Dance Work at Newcastle-U-Lyme College

    PLEASE NOTE THIS PERFORMANCE IS NOT TAKING PLACE AT THE MITCHELL ARTS CENTRE

    Discover Dance Festival is proud to present an evening of contemporary dance.

    NSDDP are privileged to bring to North Staffordshire of some of the best contemporary dance being created in the UK today. The performances are followed by a rare opportunity to join in a Q & A session with choreographers Tamsin Fitzgerald (2Faced Dance) and Victoria Fox-Markiewicz (TRIBE//.)

    TRIBE// are a Brighton-based UK dance company. They will perform their 30 minute piece 'Still I Rise'. Raw and energetic, dance is combined with instinctual physicality, emotive movement and cinematic scenes. A journey begins of simmering unison, stunning partnering work and tender solos all performed with a gut wrenching power.

    2Faced Dance are highly acclaimed dance duo who will perform 'Two Old Men'. In this piece, the company merge break, street and acro in this twenty-minute adrenalin-fuelled, heart in the mouth acrobatic set that will leave you wanting more. This is a story about two men’s extraordinary experiences, eccentric behaviour and witty tales. Two Old Men will make you gasp, laugh and cry as the old men take you on a life long journey all the way to the pub. Devised for outdoor performance, it is specially adapted for the NULC Performing Arts Centre.

    The Discover Dance Festival is funded by Arts Council England and the Community Festival and Event Fund. Big thank you to our funders. 

     

    PLEASE NOTE THIS PERFORMANCE IS NOT TAKING PLACE AT THE MITCHELL ARTS CENTRE

    Tickets: Tickets for this show are available from the Mitchell Arts Centre but the performance is taking place at Newcastle-under-Lyme College. Unreserved seating.

    Tickets - £10 Adults (19+) £6 child (0-18yrs) and £6 concessions 

    ← Back To What’s On

    Book now for “Discover Dance: Evening of Professional Dance Work at Newcastle-U-Lyme College”

 

Newsletter sign up