EVERYTHING [but the girl] @ The Baths Hall (Contemporary Dance)

An unforgettable triple-bill of emotionally charged, lung-busting physicality, packed with raw-energy and exceptional movement, from one of the UK’s leading contemporary dance companies.

2Faced Dance Company is coming to The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe on 20th April with a stunning triple bill of contemporary dance.

Don’t miss out on the chance to see this exciting, innovative all male company with an international reputation.

Tickets here

This show forms part of Dance Ambition, funded by Arts Council England and the South Bank Dance Hub.

© Photo: Chris Nash

Featuring:

7.0 by Tamsin Fitzgerald (Artistic Director, Choreographer and Founder of 2Faced Dance Company) – How do we respond when everything we thought we knew is taken away from under us with devastating consequences.

The Qualies by Fleur Darkin – Her first work since leaving her role as Artistic Director of Scottish Dance Theatre; The Qualies, is a theatrical collaboration with the seminal US writer David Foster-Wallace; bringing his ground-breaking study of the American tennis player Michael Joyce to life as a dance for four men.

Hollow in a World Too Full by Tamsin Fitzgerald – “We sit in a house and slowly the world we are living in is getting smaller” – Network 1976

A world first for the company, this solo work follows one man’s journey through a world too full. Featuring a new score from Cannes award-winning composer Alex Baranowski.

PRESS QUOTES:

“The dancers have an easy athleticism, at home with everything from street dance acrobatics to mooching contemporary steps.” The Independent (on 7.0, 2011)

“Remarkable grace and fluidity.” Dancing Times (on previous tour: RUN)

“Something both engaging and arresting that will stick with you long after you see it” York Press (on previous tour: RUN)

“It is exciting, violent, hypnotic and strangely beautiful.” The Stage (on previous tour: Dreaming In Code)

TICKETS HERE

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