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Dance-a-rama At Bats!


Welcome to Dance Your Socks Off at BATS! This week we have the fabulous Kilda Northcott Dance Company and AkeAke Theatre Company presenting an hour of magical dance and physical theatre, Being, Running, Jumping, Still, Stone, Struck.

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Being, Running, Jumping, Still, Stone, Struck
Season: Wednesday 3 - Saturday 6 September
Time: 7pm
Tickets: $15 waged $10 concession

Works from Kilda Northcott's new Dance Company and AkeAke Theatre Company. Featuring Rebecca Trist, Shona Stockwell, Rhys Latton and artist Craig Watson.

'Go Go' - a work devised by Katharina Waldner of Strident Dance Company fame, is spurred and inspired by the human race.

'I am Skelly', is a dance-theatre solo work from AkeAke's Rhys Latton, winners of Best Theatre Award at this years Fringe NZ for their mythical creation 'Perfect Pool', AkeAke are known for making theatre experiences which spark intuitive, visceral responses, and creating dance with threads of theatrical coherency and contradiction.

BATS Theatre 1 Kent Terrace Wellington, Aotearoa bookings 802 4175 office 802 4176 fax 802 4010 Dance Your Socks Off at BATS in September

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