Performances

Fri 26 Oct to Sat 27 Oct

Agudo Dance Company

Silk Road

£20 (£13 concessions)

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In collaboration with the renowned classical Indian dancer Mavin Khoo, Jose Agudo weaves his Flamenco roots with a unique, contemporary style.

Performed with an evocative live score, Silk Road is a fascinating exploration of the rituals along nomadic routes, conjuring images of the pilgrims, monks, traders and urban dwellers who made their way from China to the Iberian Peninsula. This entrancing celebration of diverse cultures and dances is as strong and delicate as silk itself.

**** "delicate and fierce"

The Stage


FOR THE CURIOUS

Fri 26 Oct Stay after the show for a Q&A with the artists.


Artistic Team
Choreographer and performer
Jose Agudo
Guest choreographer (Flamenco) Rafael Amargo
Guest choreographer (Kathak) Nahid Siddiqui
Guest performer Mavin Khoo
Composer and performer Bernhard Schimpelsberger
Composer and performer Giuliano Modarelli
Voice (Flamenco) Mayte Maya
Voice (Kathak) Jataneel Banerjee
Voice (Duet) Alaha Soroor
Lighting designer Jackie Shemesh
Dramaturge Lou Cope
Costume designer Kimie Nakano
Costume maker Caroline Mirfin
Costume supervisor Michelle Shaw
Rehearsal director Claire Cunningham
Coaches Olga Llorente, Nuria García, Yuko Inoue, Archita Kumar, Shivani Sethia,

Production Team
Artistic director
Jose Agudo
Producer and manager Claire Cunningham
Musical producer Bernhard Schimpelsberger
Technical manager and relighter Lara Davidson
Sound engineer Nick Atkins

Silk Road is co-commissioned by: Sadler's Wells London, ŻfinMalta, Dance4, DanceEast, Akademi Supported by: Arts Council England, Impulstanz Vienna, DanceXchange, Teatros del Canal, University of Roehampton, Stratford Circus Arts Centre, The Place, Lisa Ullmann Travelling Scholarship Fund, Swindon Dance, University of East London, Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs of the Embassy of Spain in London

Times: 7.30pm
Venue: at The Place

This event is part of Autumn 2018