The flow that connect us - Global Water Dances 2019
Time & Location
About the Event
Neoteric Dance company will be sharing ‘The flow that connects us’ to the community of Lynton and Lynmouth on Saturday 15th June 2019. This original and unique one off dance site specific piece has been created in connection with Global Water Dances; an organization that annually supports Choreographers and dancers to lead water based dance event across the globe, sharing issues and stories that are connected to water.
‘The flow that connects us’ will be exploring the devastating impact flooding can have on a small community and the ripple affect it can leave behind. This will be coupled with the celebration of water and sharing the beauty that the streams, waterfalls and sea brings to the towns of Lynton and Lynmouth.
Neoteric Dance Company will share ‘The flow that connects us’ to locals and visitors of the beautiful and picturesque town at 3pm on Saturday 15th June 2019, with a possible second showing later in the evening. It is hoped that the ‘Lynmouth Flood Memorial Hall’ and the Royal National Lifeboat Association will connect with the dance work, to offer a short talk before or after the performance.
‘The flow that connects us’ will be recorded and shared via social media and on the Global Water Dances site, so that audience who cannot attend the events across the globe can still be a part of something powerful and moving.
From the 14th – 16th June 2019 there will be a Royal Regatta and Maritime Event going on in Lynton and Lynmouth, seeing Neoteric Dance Company being very much a part of this event, with possible additional dance activities taking place. This will be a fun filled weekend of family activities, dance, art making and music/sea shanties being shared, seeing all thing sea related being celebrated.
Neoteric Dance Company will dance alongside local residence who are interested in being a part of the performance, as well as engaging those watching and passing by on the day. Lynton and Lynmouth is all about community, so what better way than to bring the community together through dance, movement and celebrating all that is beautiful in these towns.
If you are interested in being involved in the site specific piece, or would like to contribute another way then please contact Emma Dickson on P;07808 208389, E; email@example.com or W; www.neotericdancecompany.com. If you would like to learn more about Global Water Dances please visit; http://globalwaterdances.org/