Southpaw Dance Company

SO Festival 2017 is excited to present SOUTHPAW DANCE COMPANY. The professional cast includes some of the UK's finest Bboys (breakdancers) who combine the vocabulary here of breaking and contemporary seamlessly alongside Charleston, Lindy and other swing styles of the roaring 20's.

Spilsby - High Street Car Park, Tuesday 27 June, 7pm
Horncastle - Market Place, Wednesday 28 June, 7pm
Alford- Market Place, Thursday 29 June, 7pm
Mablethorpe - Jackson's Car Park, Friday 30 June, 7pm
Skegness - Tower Gardens, Saturday 1 July, 1pm
Skegness - Tower Gardens, Sunday 2 July, 12pm.

Southpaw Dance Company have been working with groups from across East Lindsey to create this new show especially for SO Festival. Some of theUK's best breakdancers combine the vocabulary of breaking & contemporary dance seamlessly alongside a range of dance styles to create powerful, joyous performances.

Southpaw are known for creating work that combines high quality community engagement alongside the blistering physicality of their professional performance company. Southpaw will return to SO Festival with this collaboration, creating a work that is inclusive, entertaining & spectacular in equal measure.

"The most explosive piece of dance I've ever seen energetic, risky, quirky, humorous - hypnotic from the start"  audience member, Speakeasy 

"Great story- telling & exceptional lighting responsive to breath-taking dancing."audience member, Speakeasy

"Stunning performance of Speakeasy last night! Responsive lighting was really cool!" audience member, Speakeasy

"Work in progress? Pfft. Blown away by the brilliant Southpaw Company's Speakeasy" (plus talented SwingTyne-ers)" audience member, Speakeasy

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