Dance performances for KS2 at the Unicorn

Date Posted: 08/08/2014

A triple bill of productions suitable for children aged eight to 12 will run at the Unicorn Theatre in London from 28th to 29th October.

The theatre has joined forces with Dance Umbrella, London’s international dance festival, for the three productions. 

School trip organisers and children over the age of 12 will be admitted into the matinee performance on 28th October; but all evening performances will be for under 12s exclusively.

Teachers and older children can take part in a range of foyer activities while the others are watching the performances upstairs.

How to be Alone by Hege Haagenrud (Norway)

Hege Haagenrud uses text as well as movement to consider the ups and downs of friendship.

AP15 by Sébastien Ramirez and Honji Wang (Germany)

An inventive hip hop duet full of combative energy - an international hit, this duet was recently awarded a Bessie award in New York.

FAR by Wayne McGregor | Random Dance (UK)

A resident choreographer of the Royal Ballet, Wayne McGregor is known for his thrilling, fast and athletic style, as this piece will reveal.

For more information visit www.unicorntheatre.com.

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