HELM –Talent Hub

@ Dance City

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30 November 2019

7.30pm

Co-Produced by TIN Arts and Yorkshire Dance

Diving into dreamscapes and acting out fantastical ways of being, choreographer Theo Clinkard and a nine-strong cast of dancers unleash their imaginations to construct a world of alter egos, rockstars, curious souls and fierce goddesses. Pulsating with a wildly diverse mix of music, the stage transforms into a place of endless potential, where the only limit is the edge of the imagination.

Following recent creations for Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, Danza Contemporanea de Cuba and the acclaimed work created for his own company, Theo has brought together a creative team that includes long term collaborator Leah Marojevi? for an affecting and visually arresting work that celebrates the brilliance of the moving body and the power of the imaginative realm to effect change.

HELM is a new piece of dance work to come from Yorkshire Dance and TIN Arts’ pioneering Talent Hub project, a professional development programme for dance artists from the North East of England and Yorkshire with a learning disability or autism.

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A post-show talk will take place in the theatre immediately after the performance which all ticket holders are welcome to stay for.

*Age recommendation is a guideline only. The work is not specifically made for young children but you know your child and what is appropriate for them.

Venue
Dance City
Temple Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4BR

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