Tom Dale Company in partnership with MOKO Dance – Digitopia — Family Weekend

25 & 26 Mar 2016

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Lilian Baylis Studio

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R



Dotty’s friend Hex is a simple two dimensional line. He can make angles and the most he can make is six, but one day he really wants to make a curve. With a lot of effort he learns to bend, then multiply, and suddenly he can turn into anything he wants to, eventually popping into three dimensions. Join Dotty and Hex on a fantastical rollercoaster ride into his digital wonderland.

Digitopia’s visually stunning integration of live dance and digital technology creates a world that defies the usual rules of gravity and physics, where straight lines curve and sound is seen.

Followed by a ‘Stay and Play’ workshop on stage with the performers (booking essential) and MOKO Dance Digitopia inspired Creative Dance Workshops and foyer activities.

As part of Family Weekend - Sadler's Wells' annual festival - the building will be buzzing with an exciting array of free games, storytelling and craft activities, so kids can get involved too!

★★★★"A fascinating integration of live dance and digital technology"
THE HERALD (I Infinite)
Digitopia is commissioned by MOKO Dance in association with Warwick Arts Centre. Supported by Nottingham Lakeside Arts, Dance4, Lincolnshire One Venues and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Initial research and development supported by Triggered@Warwick Arts Centre.

Lilian Baylis Studio

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R

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