Dancers of all ages and abilities have the chance to take part in movement workshops and sharing with dance/performance company H2DANCE in Peterborough.
Choreographer Hanna Gillgren and Heidi Rustgaard are organizing movement workshops at Metal, the city-based arts group, looking at meetings between different communities and cultures.
H2DANCE will work with participants to develop a series of choreographic instructions that they will then respond to live during the performance using headphones.
The instructions will take them though a movement sequence, creating physical sculptures such as lines, tunnels and towers. Participants will step in and out of the sculptures allowing the shapes to constantly grow or shrink each time a person slots into or remove themselves, adjusting its shape and adding new perspectives.
It all takes place at Metal headquarters, Chauffeurs Cottage, 1 St Peters Road, behind Peterborough town hall.
Group 1: Mondays April 18 and 25th and May 9: 4-6pm (parents / grandparents and young people).
Group 2: Tuesdays April 19 and 26th and May 10: 11am - 1 pm
Group 3: Wednesdays April 20 and 27 and May 11: 6.30 - 8 pm.
People can join any of the groups but must be able to commit to all of the dates and be able to attend the sharing on Wednesday, May 11, from 6.30pm – 8pm.
Anyone can participate regardless of age (minimum seven years old), ability and background. No dance or theatre experience is required. Young people under 16 must be accompanied by an adult who must also take part in the workshop.
For more contact email@example.com or call 01733 893 077 and state which group you would like to join.