“ A thrilling mix of traditional movement and cutting-edge contemporary dance… full of innovative strength and emotional energy.” The Scotsman
“this is dance that reminds us why dance exists.” The List
In February 2016, Cyclone Winston hit Fiji. It was the worst recorded tropical storm in the history of the South Pacific, killing 42 people and causing tens of thousands to flee their homes.
This is a response to the disaster from Fijian dance company VOU – an impassioned cry from the front line of climate change.
Border Crossings’ ORIGINS FESTIVAL brings the indigenous cultures of the world to London - experience another way of living. www.originsfestival.com
Age recommendation 12+
Stay after the show on Fri 23 Jun for a discussion with the company.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Summer 2017