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 1.30pm and 5pm at Abbot Hall Park, Sunday 12pm and 3.30pm at United Reformed Church Kendal
Folk Dance Remixed
Abbot Hall Park, Kirkland, Kendal LA9 5AL
Abbot Hall Park is accessible to wheelchair uses and has car parking close by
*Due to expected heavy rain, the Sunday shows (12 noon and 3.30pm) will take place in the nearby United Reformed Church (104 Highgate, Kendal LA9 4HE).
Fiddle, beatbox, folk and street dance. A fresh, quirky, colourful and magical collision of traditional and hip-hop dance and music.
High energy, with a unique mix of maypole, clogging, ceilidh, street, house and breakdance with a hint of African and Bollywood.
Folk Dance Remixed is a fresh, quirky, colourful and magical collision of traditional and Hip Hop dance and music: high-energy, with a unique remix of Maypole, Clogging, Ceilidh, Street, House and Breakdance with a hint of African & Bollywood… to a live soundtrack of fiddle & beat boxing - this is Folk and Street Dance like you’ve never seen it before!
Should we be blighted by bad weather the performances by Folk Dance Remixed may move to the United Reformed Church. Please keep an eye on the Lakes Alive Twitter account for any unexpected location changes due to weather.
Folk Dance Remixed photo by Harca.