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Beat & Wolf

by KINFOLK COLLECTIVE

 

KINFOLK COLLECTIVE ARE PRESENTING TWO SHORT PIECES BEAT AND WOLF AS PART OF SHOOT FESTIVAL'S TRIPLE BILL, WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE AT BELGRADE THEATRE ON 17TH MARCH 2017, 8PM

BEAT

Every person has a beat within them. Beat is a new short performance piece based on the concept of each person living through their own musical track. The movement in the piece is inspired by headphones and how wearing headphones on stage highlights the dancer's own unique track.

The beat of our hearts keeps us going, keeps us breathing, and keeps us enjoying every single day that we live. Beat is about expressing this joy and sharing it through performance.

 

WOLF

Wolf is a contemporary retelling of the Red Riding Hood folk tale that delves into the anxieties of the wild and the unknown. The story weaves together ensemble folk dance, traditions, and song, to bring the audience a physical and engaging vision of the forest.

A reversal of the traditional story, we follow Riding Hood, the huntsman, and the wolf as they make their journey through the wild.

KINFOLK COLLECTIVE

Ben graduated with a degree in Dance from Coventry University, he is currently working for companies based in the West Midlands, including Highly Sprung and Being Frank, where he leads workshops and classes, performs in events and projects and creates material for shows. Ben has toured with projects and dance performances across the UK, performing in both arts spaces and outdoor venues. Ben has undertaken training with nationally acclaimed organisations including Frantic Assembly, Imagineer, Rick Nodine, Motionhouse, Youth Dance England and The Belgrade. He specialises in contemporary dance, improvisation, contact work, physical theatre and aerial work 

Liam trains in physical theatre, aerial performance, and mask theatre in and around Coventry and the West Midlands. His interest in folk traditions has inspired his work on Wolf, and he hopes that this new vision of the folk take will inspire people to think differently about our relationship to wolves and the wild. He is currently completing a PhD in medieval literature at Warwick University.

 

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