There will be two shows on at the Albany on Saturday, August 18.
Conseqüències is an award-winning, playful and acrobatic dance piece exploring the relationship between reality and fiction in our everyday life.
This joyful work looks at the consequences of being late, off the mark, and out of step with the rest of the world.
D-Construction is a thrilling, energetic hip-hop dance performance set around a metal scaffold structure that creates a playground, prison and place of expression.
Six dancers experience the liberation of the mind through movement.
They interact with the metal scaffolding as it cages, protects and frees them at the same time.
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