Robin Dingemans & Nick Bryson — The Point At Which It Last Made Sense

9 Oct 2015

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Lilian Baylis Studio

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R


Using dance, sound and video, this collaboration between Robin Dingemans and Nick Bryson shows beauty in all its forms - from the profound to the superficial, and everything in between. Dancers Michael Turinsky and Marlieke Burghouts navigate audiences through an emotional study of vulnerability, compassion, and the frivolities of modern society. 

Toying with the marketing norms already lodged inside our own minds, The Point At Which It Last Made Sense subverts and unravels our presumptions about the nature of beauty and its place within the advertisement-soaked world we all inhabit.  

Following on from the success of the =dance strand, Sadler's Wells continues its commitment to presenting dance by deaf and disabled dance artists. 

A Greenwich Dance & Trinity Laban Partnership Compass Commission. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England, Arts Council of Ireland, Co-commissioned by Pavilion Dance South West, with further support from The Firkin Crane, Legitimate Bodies Dance Company, Birr Theatre and Arts Centre, South East Dance, Escalator Dance, The Place and Roehampton University.

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Lilian Baylis Studio

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R

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