Audio described in-house.
Kattam Katti taps into the competitive chaos, creativity and colour of Uttarayan, the world-famous International Kite Festival taking place in Gujurat, North India. The festival sees millions of people from different cities, religions and social classes come together to fly kites to mark the transition from winter into spring.
Rooted in classical Indian Kathak styles fused with contemporary storytelling and design, Pagrav Dance Company brings to life stories with enchanting lyricism, exquisite technique and drama.
Created and performed by a new generation of British dancers of Indian heritage and accomplished musicians playing specially composed music live. We are invited into the highs and lows, loves and losses of the festival and ultimately of our connections with each other, drawing parallels with universal themes of society’s inequalities.
Event image: Four dancers leap into the air in symmetry, legs tucked up and arms outstretched. Beside them two musicians accompany them on traditional Kathak instruments. The stage is lit in blue and yellow.
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