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“London’s oldest but still most vital festival of contemporary dance returns with a programme that searches out the city’s hidden stages, from Battersea power station to a derelict part of Silvertown and Trinity Buoy Wharf” so says today’s The Guardian. Read their whole autumn roundup – https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2017/sep/12/unmissable-theatre-comedy-and-dance-of-autumn-2017-hamilton



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Sharing the choreographic love this Friday!

Tabanka Crew African Peoples Dance Ensemble
Aunties Showing the younger generation how it SHOULD be done! Ancient Power- Modern Use! GooooAuntie!!!!

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Teacher Veyinsa Namike, the students are Asantewa Ishangi, Kaniinyee Sirinani, Abena Ingram, Giyento Ssekangu, and Sironsi Ntaanzi
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#ThrowbackThursday to DU Festival 1996 when
Jonathan Burrows Group performed 'Stop Quartet', “his most daring and uncompromising piece to date” (Financial Times).
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Jonathan Burrows Group performed Stop Quartet, “his most daring and uncompromising piece to date” (Financial Times).
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