This event is currently postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope to announce a new date for the event in the coming weeks. Tickets are currently off sale while the event is postponed, and will be available once a new date is decided. If you have a ticket booked for this event, Bluecoat will contact you directly soon
An exciting chance to see work by emerging dance artists from across the region. Inspired by movement, these new cross-artform works are in development, supported by MDI’s Talent Hub. Featuring:
Helen Cherry, I Will Survive/ Girls Just Want to Have Fun
A piece about being isolated and trapped in the world, using theatre and dance movement, created with support from Sophie Tickle and David Darcy.
Adam John Roberts, Outcast
Contemporary solo choreographed and performed by Adam, this queer artwork is taken from my life his a gay man with autism. The piece was also shown during LEAP Fringe 2019.
William Lang, untitled.
A solo work, about a collection of things William has made, stolen and found.
Paul Bayes Kitcher, Beauty in the Broken
Contemporary solo inspired by an inner experience and fractured perception and how we walk through pain to find richer moments of clarity. Performed by Nicolette Whitley.
Sole Rebel Tap / Hannah Ballard, Blues & Shoes
Hannah and Karen Wynne (piano, voice) harmonise voices and instruments, combining a love for the blues, song, and tap. Blues & Shoes tells stories though music and dance. Previously performed at Wilderness Festival, Brecon Jazz Festival, Wychwood Festival, Swindon Dance, Liverpool Hope Street Theatre, Woking Party in the park, Swansea Dancing days and Dancin’ Oxford.
In addition, there will be performances from: James Bowling / Bridging Point, Emily Jay O’Shea, Jessica Kawalek, Sophie Leigh Barrow, Kali Chandrasegaram, Joss A. LaPorta, Lauren Tucker and Pei Tong.