Why See Another Kind of Blue: Flirt with Reality?
Another Kind Of Blue Defies Gravity & Reality
After wowing TV audiences and making it to the finals of the 2016 season of Britain's Got Talent, experimental Dutch dance company Another Kind Of Blue brings their jaw-dropping blend of modern dance and modern technology to London's Peacock Theatre in the Summer of 2019, as part of their Flirt With Reality international tour.
Exploring the nature of reality versus virtual reality and our increasing reliance on technology, company founder David Middendorp and his crew of dancers use floor-based choreography and video projection to suspend time, space and defy gravity an illusion that makes it look like dancers are climbing, tumbling and interacting with their digital backgrounds when they're really sliding and stretching across the stage floor. Careening off and colliding with drones, digital matter
Opening night: 9 July 2019
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