Could anyone ever persuade you to take your dance moves to the stage?
Meet three brave dads who agreed to dance with their daughters in a new show. Through a series of touching episodes, they explore father-child relationships with joyous contemporary choreography, humour and playful storytelling.
Joined by a supporting cast of fathers, sons and daughters of all ages, they fearlessly slip and slide their way through their similarities and differences, hopes and regrets to a soundtrack including Beethoven, Whitney Houston and Pendulum.
Reclaiming ‘dad dancing’ from the cynics, this dynamic group of performers encourage us all to dance our own dance with joy.
If you are interested in being part of the performance then please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you.
‘Touching, awkward, funny and revealing’ The Observer
A project by Rosie Heafford, Alexandrina Hemsley and Helena Webb. Originally co-produced by Second Hand Dance and Battersea Arts Centre.Supported by Arts Council England.
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