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Funtopia at Syston
Saturday 4th May 2019
Central Park, Syston, LE7 1HN
Funtopia is a fantastic fun-packed event which is perfect for tots to tweens.
Filled with bouncy castles, activity inflatables, under 5's area, circus skills, interactive play system and much more!
Funtopia at Syston is 'pay and play all day!'. So when you've purchased your wristband you can go on any activity as many times as you like - all included in the price!
LDIF+ Showcase Performance
Saturday 4th May 2019
Bringing together the work of three contemporary choreographers,Jeanguy Saintus, Alesandra Seutin and Thomas Talawa Prestø, LDIF+ participants will present their learning from three days of intensive training in an exciting showcase performance. The LDIF+ Showcase Performance is a unique opportunity to dance that fuses African traditions, Caribbean movement, urban dance and contemporary practice.
Dance For Camera
Tuesday 7th May 2019
Vijay Patel Building
A platform for dance film makers from around the world showcasing innovative choreography and creativity. This collection of short films juxtaposes drama, beauty and rhythm with experimental concepts and narrative dance. The films will be also screened throughout the festival (Monday 29 April – Saturday 11 May) on Vijay Patel Building screen.
Wednesday 8th May 2019
Autograph is a platform which supports emerging dance artists as they progress in their careers and create new work. With the support of Serendipity and Dance4, Misato Shimizu and Ofelia Balogun have spent the last year developing two new innovative pieces of dance, both exploring identity.
Thursday 9th May 2019
Trinity House Chapel, De Montfort University
Biography is a platform that recognises and celebrates the work of experienced dance practitioners. In 2019, Biography presents a lecture-demonstration from Brenda Dixon Gottschild, professor emerita of dance studies at Temple University, Philadelphia. Brenda is known for her ongoing quest to bring the African American cultural contribution to the fore.