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Daksha Sheth Dance Company: BhuKham - Circus of Earth and Sky

Daksha Sheth Dance Company - BhuKham - Circus of Earth and Sky From India

"The dancers of the Daksha Sheth Company are phenomenal!" The Guardian, UK

Indian martial arts meets contemporary dance when the internationally-acclaimed Daksha Sheth Dance Company presents BhuKham - Circus of Earth and Sky, a spectacular production of breathtaking beauty, extraordinary human skill and boundless daring that blasts Indian dance into the 21st Century. An awe-inspiring fusion of ancient and modern dance melded with moves drawn from circus, martial arts, yoga and gymnastics.

Bridging the contemporary and the traditional, the Daksha Sheth Dance Company is considered to be the most radical and visionary contemporary dance company in India. Under the artistic co-direction of Daksha Sheth and Devissaro, it has won international acclaim for dance-theatre productions that bring together performing artists from many disciplines. Suitable for 10 years and above.

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Supported by the Indian Council of Cultural Relations. First presented by The National Centre for The Performing Arts, Mumbai. Special thanks to Jon Burtt and Katie Lavers (Skadada) for their contribution to skills development.

General admission. Please note that seating in the Big Top is limited, so come early!

Date: 21 - 25 March
Time: 7:00pm
Location: Alexandra Gardens Big Top

Image: Devissaro
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