10 & 11 March 2017
£13, £9 concessions, £6 under 18s
Performances:Friday 10 March, 7.30pm
Saturday 11 March, 2.30pm
Saturday 11 March, 7.30pm
This collection of dances is always the hottest ticket of the Dancin’ Oxford Festival.
#BlackLivesMatter, juxtapose historical with modern day resistance and protest from a Black perspective, asking ‘What have we learned from the past?’ Working with choreographer Bawren Tavaziva (Tavaziva Dance), the piece fuses dance with the spoken word of Euton Daley creating a pulsing protest-style dance theatre piece.
Critically acclaimed choreographer Richard Chappell’s new duet East Coker matches a score by Samuel Hall of piano, cello and T S Elliot’s words with a combination of classical ballet, martial arts, contemporary dance and improvisation.
KAIHO// the state in between is a collaboration between physical theatre comp[any Justice in Motion and Finnish Tango band Uusikuu, Through contemporary dance and vintage live music it examines the experiences and cultural identities of expat women over the past century.
For audiences 11+
This is a Dancin’ Oxford event