The Storm

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James Wilton Dance, one of Europe’s most in demand dance companies, presents The Storm, a whirlwind of lightning fast athleticism, where acrobatics, break-dancing and martial arts fuse to form dance that will blow audiences away.

Seven dancers move to a soundtrack of thundering electro-rock specially composed by Amarok and thousands of pieces of paper combine to create a breath-taking vision.

In this storm can you find peace?

Duration: 1 hour 32mins with interval

  • Tue 22 Oct 7:30 PM £25.00/£20.00/£15.00/£10.00

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  • Tue 22 October 7:30 PM

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  • A distinctive choreographer who really knows how to let the body tell a story.
       
    Reviewshub
  • Handsomely crafted, ambitious and exciting.
       
    The Times

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