Lakes Alive 2018 announces new commissioning opportunity for artists
We are opening the door to the weird, wonderful and enchanting...
9 to 10 September 2017
Saturday 2.30pm at The Factory, 4.30pm at Abbot Hall Park. Sunday 1pm at United Reformed Church, 3pm Brewery Arts Centre (inside)
These performances take place in a variety of locations. All of which are accessible to wheelchair users
*Due to expected heavy rain, the Sunday shows have moved indoors: 1pm at United Reformed Church (104 Highgate, Kendal LA9 4HE) and 3pm inside Brewery Arts Centre*
A captivating exploration through dance and sound-illuminating processes of cotton production.
This new work is intertwined with traditional clog dancing, mesmerising sound design and intricate choreography.
Performers from the local community work with professional dancers.
AbouTime Dance Company is a new, Lancashire based dance theatre company. It is passionate about sharing the spirit of the past through dance and creative collaboration.
The company works with a range of artists to explore heritage and local history, within a range of participatory projects and high quality professional performance. The work fuses contemporary and cultural dance, design and music, often in non traditional performance spaces.