Come and See LAND this Saturday 7th July

Come and see LAND this Saturday 7th July. Morden Hall Park, Morden. 1, 3 and 4.30pm My latest work co-choreographed with Janine Harrington and Vanessa Cook. Commissioned by Siobhan Davies Dance for Big Dance 2012.

Experience your local park differently 
A performance through Morden Hall Park

Imagine being guided through the vast grounds of the National Trust’s Morden Hall Park, led not by park rangers but by young dancers from south London.

For one afternoon only, a special kind of performance will take place. You are invited to cut across the long grassy meadows, walk through the columns of tall trees and watch the performance unfold.

Land has been created by three choreographers; Charlotte Spencer, Janine Harrington and Vanessa Cook, who have been working with 30 young people from south London. This new dance piece celebrates the individuality of each performer and their desire to move.

Commissioned by Siobhan Davies Dance for The Making Space youth programme, with support from Candoco Dance Company and in partnership with the National Trust. 

Detail Description
Venue  Morden Hall Park 
Date Saturday 7 July 2012 
Times 1pm, 3pm and 4.30pm 
Location  Begins at the Stable Yard Visitor Centre 
Morden Hall Park 
Morden Hall Road, 
Morden.  SM4 5JD
Price  Free admission and no booking required 
Weather  We are realistic about the British summer, so performance times may change to suit rain breaks. 
Accessibility  This event is suitable for all. The route is step-free and follows well maintained loose gravel paths and is accessible to wheelchair users and buggies. 

http://www.siobhandavies.com/dance/creative-projects/youth/the-making-space-network/land.html

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