Rustle is an interactive dance performance for babies and their adult.
Two dancers lead the babies and young children on a journey of discovery through a world made of paper where everything can be touched, tasted and crumpled!
Parents share the experience and are encouraged to let their little ones explore on their own.
"It is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen"
- Hugo Catolino, producer, Västerås, Sweden
Age recommendation: 0 - 2 years
Räserbyrån is a dance collective established in 1997, based in Stockholm, Sweden. It evolved from a vision of a different way of creating movement based performances where the democratic process and the need to question accepted norms have been guiding stars. In 2008 they choreographed their first performance for children. Since then they have created three more shows for young audiences have been created. 'Communication' and 'participation' are their key words when setting up the conditions for works for children.
Rustle is produced by Räserbyrån in collaboration with The Museum of modern art in Stockholm Sweden, with financial support from The Swedish Arts Grants Committee and The Culture Department, City of Stockholm.
Times: 10.30am & 12.30pm
Venue: at The Place