SHALLAL WE DANCE?
on Oct 31, 2012
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Shallal Dance Theatre, of which Robert Fripp is a patron, have a performance in Cornwall next month.
Thus sayeth the blurb:
Shallal Dance Theatre comes to Launceston Town Hall with Doorways, an
entertaining compilation of highlights from their successful summer
site specific Cornish Doorways shows, featured at Godolphin House,
Mousehole and Gyllyngdune Gardens,Falmouth.
is a longstanding inclusive community dance theatre company open to all
and their aim is to challenge who can perform and how by providing a performance space for anyone in the community. Their
work is based on natural dance and theatre improvisation. Shallal's
productions are created by the members of the company, who work
collaboratively to devise performances which are built from
improvisations and ideas that the participants all contribute during the
rehearsal period. A range of visiting artists including Rory McDermott,
poet Sally Crabtree, film-maker Barbara Santi and composer Roger
Pinsent also work with the company on this creative process giving
access to a wide variety of skills, media and ideas.
is a family friendly entertainment as lively, imaginative and varied as
its creators. From crows to clowns, mysterious white ladies to
mythical sea creatures, to romantic duets, there is something for
Doorways will be performed at Launceston Town Hall on Friday 23rd November at 1.30pm. Tickets on the door £6.00 (concessions £4.00)