University of Stirling
Stirling, Scotland FK9 4LA

Using captivating physical expression to discover what makes us function as a human being, six dancers explore the invisible signals we give out and the force and flow of feelings running through our veins. From the outside we look different, but underneath, aren't we all the same?

Artistic Director Gail Parmel worked with two established International choreographers; Akiko Kitamura from the Leni-Basso Dance Company of Japan and Vincent Mantsoe from Soweto South Africa to create a show which explores what lies beneath the skin, where our skin begins and ends, the spirit of unity and all the things that we all share.

"–two men, four women, three white, three black–and Japanese and South African
choreographers. The dancers perform with style and discipline…technical ability and sheer physicality… and it’s pretty exhilarating to watch too!” The Birmingham Post

"Where ‘Blind Trip’ is dance as conflict, ‘Letlalo’ is dance as incantation. Together they create a fascinating journey beneath the skin we are individually and collectively in." Claire Boot, Whatsonstage Midlands

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