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Come and join our Free Dance Workshops at Exeter CoLab!

Whether you are a complete beginner or have some dance experience we welcome you to join in some FREE Creative dance and movement workshops and have some fun as part of this special project in the run up to State of Emergency's 'Where is Home?' performance.

Sessions will be held at Co-Lab     Exeter CVS, King William St, Exeter EX4 6PD

Dates: Thursdays 2-4pm, 16th March, 23rd March, 29th March, 5th April

You can drop in each session or attend all sessions

The show and meal will be on Thursday 27th April , Meeting from 5pm at The Northcott Theatre

TO BOOK YOUR PLACE CONTACT:  Lyddi on 01392 202055 or email [email protected] 

What people say about the show:

It was amazing! I loved it so much. Being from Zimbabwe I was able to relate to the music and storyline. I really enjoyed it. Hell yes!’ Charmaine Zinyemba

 ‘Amazing evocative dance and music - honest and truthful. Dancers are continually fresh, adding new themes and expression through movement. 3 piece orchestra brilliant. Singing is great - really rich and again, varied. What dancers - superb.’ Sarah Minty

 ‘The dancing was stunning, athletic and vibrant. Terrific choreography. Music - great. I love the acoustic bass which gave greater variation than electric. Jazzy ensemble went well with the dancing. Thank you for such a wonderful performance.’ Kate Green

‘Where Is Home?’ is the title of a fantastic show to be presented by Dance Theatre and music company State of Emergency at the Exeter Northcott Theatre on 27th April. As part of this project we are offering a chance to get involved in some fun dance classes, meet others, see the show and share some food.

The show is set in Soweto, late 80s. A young man struggles against the security forces, confronts tribal tensions and deals with the death of his own mother. He falls in love with a girl from the wrong neighbourhood and together they decide to run away from home and everything they have ever known... A new twist on a 1000 year old fable, presenting great music and dance from South Africa, mixed with urban culture from London and Los Angeles.

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