Wednesday 28 June 2017, 7:00pm
BOYS DANCING a dance project aimed at inspiring young men in to dance.
Be inspired to do great things. Live your legend. History is full of legends that mystify and entertain.
Boys Dancing present a collection of dances that are based on legends. Through dance, movement each piece will bring to life legendary people and their stories.
Working across Solihull, Coventry and Warwickshire dance artist David McKenna has been leading creative workshops in special schools and mainstream primary and secondary schools to create a varied programme of boys dancing.
Age guidance: This show is considered suitable for all ages
Running time: 1 hour
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Lap tickets (£3.00) are available from the Box Office for children aged under 2 years.
SOME FABULOUS LINKS FOR YOU TO WATCH:
BRICKS: A short film created with residents of STOKE ON HEATH PRISON.
HIDDEN ARMY: A short COMMUNITY DANCE FILM devised and performed by young carers commissioned by Salisbury Festival.
THE TREASURE HUNTER: A short INTERGENERATIONAL DANCE FILM performed by young people and an elderly gentleman from the city of Bournemouth commissioned by Pavilion Dance South West.
THE QUIET MEN: Two market sellers Mr.Green and Mr.Red don’t quite see eye to eye, it is a family show that tours to OUTDOOR SPACES .
THE IMMACULATE MAN: Mr.Orange is cleaning up our streets, this is a piece created for OUTDOOR SPACES inspired by ZIGGY the Breakdancing Street Cleaner.