Contemporary Dance

MK ULTRA

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Rosie Kay Dance Company Enter the Illuminati inspired world of MK Ultra. Rosie Kay’s new work is a high energy, supercharged mashup of thrilling dance, music and imagery. MK Ultra exposes and illuminates this bizarre world of symbols, occult ritual and pop culture Satanic entertainment, bringing it out into the open for all to see, and for you to debate. You can see Illuminati symbolism in films, on posters, in music videos and in the odd behavior of alleged puppets including Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Rhianna, Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga. You might believe in all of it, in some of it, or you might be trying to live your life ignoring it. The problem is though, once you know about it, you just can’t ignore it. MK Ultra brings the debate to the stage in a high energy, luxurious production with a pulsing soundtrack of deconstructed trap music and hypnotic video projection. Caution: contains twerking. Tickets: £12 Full // £10 Concessions // £5 LIVE PASS Running Time: 90 min (inc. interval) Age: 14+

NOW YOU SEE IT

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Antonia Grove & Probe Antonia Grove, Artistic Director of Probe, presents the premiere of her brand new solo Now You See It a powerful work of dance theatre packed full of evocative imagery and featuring a searing central performance by Antonia herself. Written, choreographed and performed by Antonia, Now You See It marries straight talking dance, stories, anecdotes, Antonia’s thoughts and a little bit of magic to bring vividly to life the internal universe of a woman reconsidering her strategies for survival. Co-Directed with Sue MacLaine, the piece features an expansive sound score created in collaboration with composer/musician Scott Smith, and an epic lighting design by Aideen Malone. Tickets: £12.50 Full // £10.50 Concessions // £5 LIVE PASS Running Time: 1 hour (no interval)

NEWVOLUTIONS: DANCE SHOWCASE

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Monday 18 January, 7pm The current MA Choreography students will be presenting their work in progress generated from developing a critical and reflective understanding of facilitating choreography and the ethical implications of facilitative working processes. Running time: approx. 90 minutes without interval   Tuesday 19 January, 7pm The current MA Choreography students present dance works-in-progress based on choreographic methodologies and strategies encountered during the semester either through independent research or class material. Running time: approx. 90 minutes without interval Tickets: FREE ENTRY