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Nora invites Aggiss, Burrows, Fargion and Tanguy at the Lilian Baylis Studio – 1st and 2nd June 2017


Nora, photo Camilla Greenwell

Following a successful international and UK tour, dancers Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley, AKA Nora, return to Sadler’s Wells on Thursday 1 and Friday 2 June. Nora Invites is a programme of specially commissioned duets by renowned duo Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion, up and coming French choreographer Simon Tanguy and the provocative Liz Aggiss.

Nora, photo Camilla Greenwell

Sikorski and Wellesley Wesley, who create, perform and curate Nora Invites, offer an evening of energy and wit as they shift between the contrasting characters and worlds of three pieces. It is a thoughtful, engaging programme that brings a distinctive feminist voice to the Lilian Baylis Studio, returning here after launching their company at Sadler’s Wells with their critically acclaimed premiere in Autumn 2015.

Eleanor And Flora Music overflows with free-ranging, rhythmical dancing whilst Digging slips between road trips, plant biology and sexual desire.

Bloody Nora! by Liz Aggiss, is a story of competitiveness, hormones and friendship and concludes the evening with gusto. This piece is inspired and framed by clippings, offcuts, personal history, archives and assorted individuals.

For more information or to book tickets, visit the Sadler’s Wells website here

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