2017
Past Events

Past Event

Candoco Dance Company

CounterActs

'A joy to watch' The Sunday Times ★★★★

Candoco Dance Company, the world’s leading contemporary dance company of disabled and non-disabled performers, presents CounterActs, an accomplished double bill from two rising stars of the British dance scene combining mischievous questions and virtuosic performance. 

Sadler’s Wells New Wave Artist, Alexander Whitley, sets sinuous and expressive movement articulations to a mesmerising score with Beheld. Featuring powerful duets and breath-taking ensemble dancing with huge swathes of fabric, this stirring performance invites audiences to consider contemporary dance in a new light.

‘an absorbing work that truly pushes its dancers and the choreographic possibilities of their bodies’ Exeunt on Beheld 


Creator of American Boy, visual artist Hetain Patel’s critically acclaimed Let’s Talk About Dis returns to the stage. A response by Patel for Candoco, it exposes hidden prejudices and misplaced political correctness with seductive charm - a playful interrogation of identity that asks the audience to think beyond surface appearances.

‘a fantastically smart piece’ The Guardian on Let’s Talk About Dis


For over 25 years, Candoco has been staging excellent and profound experiences for both audiences and participants that excite, challenge and broaden perceptions of art and ability. Don't miss the chance to experience this unique company who returns to Brighton Dome.


Visit our Access pages to find out more about Highly Visual PerformancesAudio Described PerformancesTouch Tours and British Sign Language Interpreted Performances


Year
2017
When
Fri 17 Feb, 7.30pm
Where
Concert Hall
Tickets
£10, £12.50, £15
Under 26s £10
Schools £7.50

There is a £2 per order charge. Additional postage charges (50p standard or £1.50 recorded delivery) apply
Other info
This performance is suitable for all ages, however it does explore some adult themes. Contact info@candoco.co.uk for more information.

This is a Highly Visual Performance with few or no words and the show uses integrated British Sign Language (BSL) for artistic purposes.

This performance will be Audio Described plus there will be a Touch Tour at 5.45pm, before the performance at 7.30pm.