Dance group to take to the stage at arts venue for performance of show
A DANCE theatre group is set to bring its successful show to the North-east.
Joan Cleville Dance will bring its production of The North to The Barn in Banchory at the end of the month. Fresh off a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and UK tour artistic director Joan Cleville is looking forward to bringing the show to the North-east. It follows the story of John, a young man who finds himself lost in the wilderness with two eccentric Northerners for company.
It features dancers from the Scottish School of Contemporary Dance in Dundee.
Joan said: “The idea of the ‘North’ is different for everybody, depending on where you are geographically, and is also permanently elusive, as it always recedes as you move towards it.
“The North we describe in the piece is a place of the imagination, a liminal space in between places, somewhere between a limbo and a waiting room. “There is definitely a Nordic feel to it, but it’s open, desolate and unpredictable.” The show will take place on November 24 at 7.30pm.