National Youth Dance Company (NYDC) collaborate with internationally renowned choreographer Alesandra Seutin.
29 outstanding young dancers present a new contemporary work, exploring the relationship between movement, voice and music.
This performance adheres to Social Distancing guidelines and seats are allocated in singles and pairs, with entry to the auditorium in two timed slots.
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Image description: We look up from floor level at two dancers who emerge from darkness, lit by shafts of light from above. Both wear grey t-shirts and black trousers. The young man close to us has palms open, fingers spread, and looks up into the source of the light. Further back, and to the left, a second man leans back at a 45 degree angle, his face tilted to the sky.