Sunday, 2 November 2008
Calling all dancing massssssive!
For one night only, Ctrl.Alt.Shift, a community of passionate and outspoken individuals joined in the fight against poverty and injustice, will collaborate with the UK’s leading dance house, Sadler’s Wells. Using dance and movement to explore issues and stigma relating to HIV in modern Africa and the UK, OYO from Namibia, Africa, will represent alongside leading British street dance groups Boy Blue Entertainment, East London Dance, Fuzzy Logic and Bennu.
Performing to music supplied by Boy Better Know, Goldielocks, The Streets and Mystery Jets, the show will also feature films alongside the performances to give the audience an insight into the journey each group took to create their work. Experience the final performance, DJs and entertainment at the Peacock Theatre - Sadler’s Wells in the West End - on 22nd November. Tickets cost £5 from www.sadlerswells.com
Showcase your talent. Look out for the competition launching soon at
www.ctrlaltshift.co.uk/sadlerswells where you can download tracks from Boy Better Know and Goldielocks, then create your own dance routine to be featured on the site and judged by professionals. We’ve got 50 tickets to the Sadler’s Wells Ctrl.Alt.Shift show up for grabs for the first dance routines submitted - so get dancing.
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