"Starting from the outside looking in, popping, voguing, flamenco and ballet dancers welcome you into Sadler’s Wells’ theatre building."
Dotdotdot Dance choreographed for and performed in Window Shopping curated by Breakin’ Convention for Dancing Nation, an online festival created by Sadler's Wells for BBC Arts. It is a three-part celebration of world-class dance featuring new works and audience favourites from big-name artists and breakthrough talent. The festival is available on BBC iPlayer and via the Sadler's Wells website from 28th January 2021 for one month:
Dance & Choreography:
Magdalena Mannion & Noemí Luz
"Bulerías del corazón" by Son de la Frontera
Cara Edden & London College of Fashion
The evenings are getting longer, daffodils are blooming, before we know it summer will be here – and with it comes South Bank's ultimate summer party – River Stage!
Dotdotdot Dance presented two new works
Into Being at the Sadler's Wells Takeover of the National Theatre River Stage in 2018.
"Dotdotdot Dance delves into the essence of traditional flamenco, emerging with a new voice spoken from a fresh perspective."
A song cycle rooted in some of Pablo Neruda’s most sensual and evocative poetry, Los Nacimientos is a project that forges a new type of theatre combining music, dance, sound and vision into a cohesive whole. The project is a collaboration between composer Tom Randle and Dotdotdot Dance and features the award winning soprano Gillian Keith and pianist John Reid.
The production was premiered at Buxton International Arts Festival in 2017 and was later presented at Dartington Music Festival in 2018.
"Relish it for the thing of beauty that it is. Treats like this come our way but rarely"
Buxton International Arts Festival 2017
Celebrating a decade since its launch, Sampled is a chance for dance fans and newcomers alike to enjoy a diverse range of styles from some of the world's finest dancers.
Dotdotdot presented I come to my body as a question at Sampled Festival 2017 at Sadler's Wells and The Lowry with support from The Movement Fund. The piece was choreographed by Yinka Esi Graves in Collaboration with spoken word artist Toni Stuart.
“A wonderful showcase weekend of dance diversity”