Tickets: £5.84 and £4.27 (Students). 

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MÓTUS returns to MK Gallery to produce their ninth edition of Adjustments.


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Join MÓTUS for an evening of dance performance and discussion streamed live from the Sky Room. 

If you have ever wondered what goes into creating a piece of dance performance - whether within the abstract or dance theatre style  - this could be for you.

Three choreographers will share new work in progress to receive feedback from the on-line audience and a friendly professional industry panel on their work and its impact, to help further mould, shape and develop their creations. 

Join us on-line to experience something insightful, physical and different.

Programme 

Ascensions present 'Resilient'

'Resilient' is a new dynamic dance duet that is reflective of the coronavirus pandemic, the collective strength of humanity and the loss felt by the UK creative industry. 'Resilient' addresses companionship and trust as two people lean on each other for support and guidance.

Choreography: Ashley Jordan and Dancers. 

Dancer: Ben Morley & Lexy Garner

Produced by Ascension Dance Company. 

Commissioned by Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.

Thrive Dance present 'Untitled'

Thrive Dance will be presenting a duet which explores plant bio-acoustics, looking at how plants send electrical signals through their roots. Artistic Director Sarah Poekert, has shown her work across the UK and the US, across numerous platforms and is currently artist in residence at Space Clarence Mews, London.

Vanhulle Dance Theatre present 'BOO SHIM' (Empty Mind)

Oliver and Laura of Vanhulle Dance Theatre are looking at combining their artistic practice and movement language. Using Oliver’s Martial Arts techniques (Tang Soo Do) together with Laura’s movement flow (influenced by Kathak, African dance, yoga, gymnastics) the duet are working on creating a specific choreographic language for audiences.