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Tan Dance brings community event to Taliesin     

Swansea based Community Dance organisation TAN Dance, known for it's cutting edge projects and performance work, invites people to share in a world of fear, danger, dislocation and loss but also hope for a better tomorrow in this moving Dance Theatre production.

Sun 27th July 7.30pm
BROKEN FREE
"..to dream of safety.."

Performed by local people, both indigenous and from other lands, Broken Free is choreographed by TAN's Artistic Director, Carol Brown, and choreographer & filmmaker Chris Lewis Smith.

Live music is directed by Kate Courage and film produced by Chris Lewis Smith. Written material for the production has been developed with locally placed asylum seekers by writer and poet John Howell Jenkins assisted by interpreter Sylvie Butterbach.

"the world became grey, something had gone, I could not walk straight, something of me had been taken"

"What if this had happened to you?" asylum seekers' words

Tickets are priced £5 (£4 concessions) and are available from the box office on 01792 296883

Presented with support from University College Wales Swansea Department of Adult Continuing Education City & County of Swansea Compact Fund
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