The boys are back in town, with support from the girls
As part of The Boys Are Back in Town dance event, Company Chameleon will perform their new work Pictures We Make at the Barbican Theatre, Plymouth, next Friday, March 8.
The piece draws on the company's reputation for integrating dance with their individual experiences to tackle human and personal issues in inventive ways, encouraging audiences to connect with both the material and them as performers. It has an original score by Spanish musician and composer Miguel Marin.
Pictures We Make is one half of a double bill – the first part will showcase a newly-commissioned work for four dancers by acclaimed choreographers Goddard Nixon, featuring an original score by John Matthias. Eden is a powerful and poetic exploration of an internal world where intense obsessions are revealed as enduring relationships signal hope.
Company Chameleon – dance duo Anthony Missen and Kevin Edward Turner – are working as a quartet for the first time when they are joined by Gemma Nixon, previously at Rambert, and French dancer Elena Thomas.
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Photographic memories inspire an epic story
Left a single roll of film after his grandfather's death, a young man searches for meaning through the photographs inside. He discovers a world of childhood and memory, as fragments of a half-developed war explode into the present day calm.
A Strange Wild Song is Rhum and Clay's critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival Fringe show which is playing two dates in North Devon this month.
It takes the audience to northern France during the Second World War, where three children encounter a lost American soldier. Accompanied by an original, award-winning musical score, the production fuses cinematic imagery, absurdist humour and physical theatre to tell an epic story that is thought-provoking, yet entertaining.
Rhum and Clay are at Chulmleigh Community College (01769 580215) on Thursday, March 14 and Winkleigh Village Hall (01837 83407) on Friday, March 15.