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U.Dance South East 2014Live Performances / Events
Join us for a celebration and showcase of excellence in youth dance (in all forms and styles) from across the region. U.Dance South East 2014 is a fantastic opportunity to see talented young dancers come together to share their creativity and be inspired by each other’s performances. It is also a selection platform for the national U.Dance 2014.
U.Dance is a notional programme run by Youth Dance England.
Image by Zoe Manders
- THE HARLEQUIN THEATRE, REDHILL, RH1 1NN
- 01737 276500
Koen De Preter: JOURNEYLive Performances / Events
A man and woman are on stage. Two dancers, two generations. Koen is 32 years old, Alphea is 88. In Journey they probe the borders, push back boundaries in a performance about being here – now; about the strength of the human body. Together they bridge the gap between young and old, and 60 years of dance history, in a balancing act between the wishes and limitations of the human body. Journey brings two generations closer. These two people share a dream: to go on dancing to the end of their days. Followed by a presentation and discussion with Prof. Stephen Harridge, Koen De Preter and Alphea Pouget. Stephen Harridge is Professor of Human & Applied Physiology at King’s College London.
Co-presented in partnership with SICK! Festival.
Image by Bart Grietens
- THE OLD MARKET, HOVE, BN3 1AS
THE WORKSLive Performances / Events
Programmed by Brighton Dome.
The Works is a unique chance for curious audience members to experience new works-in-progress and to engage in discussion with the artists behind them. The particular focus is on cross-artform and interdisciplinary exploration across theatre, dance and music.
At the heart of The Works is a dialogue between artists and audiences. It is an opportunity for artists to seek the opinions of the audience they wish to attract, and an opportunity for people who care about performance to engage in collective dramaturgy, helping artists see the choices and possibilities available to them.
Dramaturg Lou Cope will be the host and facilitator for the evening, presenting three exciting pieces by both established and emerging artists from across the region. Gain a glimpse of what today's artists are grappling or flirting with: your contribution can help them make crucial decisions and may even shape the way a piece gets made. Please book tickets by phone or in person via Brighton Dome Ticket Office on 01273 709709.
- £FREE but pre-booking required
- Brighton Dome Studio Theatre, New Road, Brighton, BN1 1UG
- 01273 709709