Dynamics, Rhythm & Texture Workshop

Dynamics, Rhythm & Texture Workshop

A workshop with Alleyne Dance, the talented performers behind 'A Night's Game'

Ahead of the evening's performance, join Kristina and Sadé Alleyne for a physical contemporary dance class, which will involve strong, complex and technical sequences in and out of the floor, focusing on performance and stamina. Improvisation will also be explored as part of self-development.

The workshop will help develop your creative mind, fusing together passion, determination, strength, musicality and most importantly an intention and honesty in whatever choices you make during the session.

Suggested age for participation is 13+.

Duration: 1 hour 30mins with no interval

Book Tickets

  • Sat 6 Jul 1:00 PM £12.00
visit Old Fire Station website

Book Tickets

  • Sat 6 July 1:00 PM

Venue Information:

Old Fire Station, George Street

Ticket Prices for this event:

£12 - Standard. This is the regular ticket price

£14 - Pay More. For those who can afford to help us offer cheaper tickets to people who need them

£10 - Pay Less. For those who can't afford the standard price

To book Wheelchair Accessible Seating for this event, please contact the Arts Festival direct
by email artsfestival@mcsoxford.org or phone 01865 253505

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