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Hand in Glove is a performed exhibition created by independent choreographer, filmmaker and artistic director Lea Anderson, featuring final year students from London Contemporary Dance School.
Featuring over 500 sensational costumes and accessories, designed by Academy award winning designer Sandy Powell, Simon Vincenzi and Emma Fryer, Hand in Glove will showcase vignettes of choreography from Anderson's infamous companies The Cholmondeleys and The Featherstonehaughs: including Yippeee!; Draw on the Sketchbooks of Egon Schiele; Flesh and Blood; Russian Roulette; Smithereens; The Realms of the Unreal; Big Feature; Go Las Vegas.
The exhibition is free and will take place over three hours in Gallery 48a (Raphael) at the Victoria and Albert Museum; visitors are welcome to drop in at any point (no ticket required).
The opening night will form part of Friday Late, the original contemporary late night event.
Experience Hand in Glove at the following times:
Join Lea Anderson and Jane Pritchard, V&A Curator of dance for a talk about Anderson's dance practice and Hand in Glove on Sunday 24 April 12pm - 1pm, in the Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre.
This event is part of the V&A Performance Festival, 16-24 April
Production images: Camilla Greenwell
Times: Fri 6-9pm, Sat & Sun 1-4pm