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City Moves Dancelive Festival

As part of the Citymoves Dance Agency Dancelive Festival, Indepen-dance, an award winning inclusive dance company based in Glasgow for disabled and non-disabled people will be performing as well as hosting a workshop. Their artistic approach is to ensure the arts and dance in particular, is inclusive, and that disabled children, young people and adults are fully included in the creative process of making performing and being an audience for dance.

The tickets for the show are £12.00 (£9.00 Concession) and the tickets for Workshops are £5.00. If you book both together it would be £15.00 (£10.00 Concession).
To Book Email: emma.saddington@citymoves.org.uk

Saturday, October 19th, 2019 | The Anatomy Rooms | 5pm
111 (one hundred and eleven) is a powerful duel between two exceptional dancers as they explore their different strengths and vulnerabilities.
Dance/Theatre/Aerial
Created and performed by Joel Brown and Eve Mutso

Sunday, October 20th | Schoolhill Studio | 11.00 and 12.30
Inclusive Dance Workshop from Indepen-dance
11.00-12.00, For under 16 years of age.
12.30-13.30, For over 16 years of age.

Our workshops are designed to provide the participants with an introduction to inclusive dance and creative movement, our experienced dance workshop leaders will share their skills, knowledge and insight into inclusive dance practice for groups with diverse abilities and will involve the workshop participants in a typical Indepen-dance creative movement workshop.
The creative movement workshop will be practical, stimulating, physical and should be good fun.

You can find all the details on:
https://www.citymoves.org.uk/dancelive/

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