Thursday 18th October, 7.30pm
Full £10 | Conc £6 | Schools & Colleges £5 | Age 16+
Cave, a quartet, pushes the performers to their extremes physically, with daring floor work, and mentally with its complex and lightning quick martial arts influenced partner work. The work is set to a progressive rock soundtrack by Isis and Noxshi.
Falling Unknown an intimate duet exploring attraction and sacrifice where the female dancers feet never touch the floor in cycles, a solo created as part of the BBC Performing Arts Fellowship in partnership with Swindon Dance. The lone female dancer rolls, dives and twists around the space accompanied by the music of German industrial band Einstürzende Neubauten.
“Award winning choreographer James Wilton presents a triple bill of high energy and super physical contemporary dance. Drawing influence from martial arts, break dancing and capoeira the explosively athletic works will leave audiences on the edge of their seats. Unfortunately for James Wilton’s quintet of dancethletes, dance is not an Olympic event as they would definitely be gold medallists”
Celia Moran, Resolution!