Surface Area Dance Theatre 10th Anniversary Celebration

@ Dance City

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10 June 2017

8:00pm

In June 2007 Surface Area Dance Theatre was officially incorporated as a Community Interest Company; to mark this special occasion we are presenting an evening of work in celebration of our 10th Anniversary.

Highlighted performances include:
• An excerpt of Auricular returning to the region after touring in April 2017 to CCA Glasgow, Gymnasium Gallery Berwick and Turner Contemporary.

• The staging of Project Godie by Vangeline, Director of the New York Butoh Institute.

• The reimagining of Nullius (2008) choreographed and performed by founding dance artists Joel Daniel and Molly Procter.

Director Nicole Vivien Watson has thoughtfully selected the programme of repertoire to create a dynamic evening of performances, to be followed by a live-set from the widely appreciated Electropop duo Face+Heel.

Surface Area Dance Theatre CIC including collaborators, members and advisors have chosen to donate all proceeds from the evening’s performances to The Children’s Society, in support of the Young Carers Fund, which is a charity close to our hearts. “There are more than 166,000 young carers across the country. We raise awareness of their needs, campaign for policy change, support schools, and work to see that these young people get the future and support they deserve”. (The Children’s Society www.childrenssociety.org.uk)

Venue
Dance City
Temple Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4BR

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