Six striking dancers collide in an uplifting dance riot accompanied by especially composed original music by Hannah Miller and Oli Austin of Moulettes
In this quirky dance piece, you’ll watch playful observations of the yesteryears explode into a ‘punkish’ celebration of individuality and difference.
13 - 14 - Journeys Festival, Leicester, UKFind out more
20 - 21 - SO Festival, Skegness, UKFind out more
27 - Appetite, Stoke, UKMore info coming soon
28 - Birmingham WeekenderFind out more
10 - Spin Out 2022, Worthing, UKFind out more
24 - 26 - MAC, BarcelonaMore info coming soon
1 - 2 - Arts by the Sea, Bournemouth, UKMore info coming soon
More dates for 2022 announced soon
Demonstrating the ability of the human body ★★★★
The audience is invited to rewrite the interpretative signs of the world ★★★★
We are passionate about making our productions accessible to a wide range of audiences, and below is a link to some imaginative approaches to achieve this. Each asset is designed to give enhanced experiences for people with specific access needs, but we encourage everyone to give them all a try! These assets will draw you deeper into our work by inviting you to engage with dance through new perspectives.
Our access assets for Frock include an ‘Easy-Read Visual Story’ and the innovative ‘Audio Experience’.
Audio experience invites the audience to dive into the world of Frock with audio experiences led by the dancers. These are a series of soundtracks that allow the listeners to explore the choreography and soundscapes of each scene within Frock. They are designed to give blind or visually impaired audiences an enhanced insight into the piece but offer everyone the opportunity to delve deeper into the work. Each track comes with a transcript.
Loved @Stopgapdance today @SIRF_Stockton such an engaging performance! Challenging perceptions of disability & gender 💪— Claire Bigley (@cbigley02) August 3, 2019
Have to say @SIRF_Stockton you were impressive!! I will be back next year for even longer
BIG thanks to @XtraxArts for making me so welcome 🤩 #showcase pic.twitter.com/8CuUCB2TRK
Amazing start of #GDIF2019. Incredible good shows all over. Looking forward to spending the weekend with programming team of @SOFestival & @passagefestival and @WWconsortium @Stopgapdance @OutdoorArtsUK @MagnaVitae pic.twitter.com/rdTB24hbdo— Jens Frimann Hansen (@jensfrimann) June 22, 2019
Artistic Direction & Choreography
Christian Brinklow, KJ Mortimer, Jannick Moth, Nadenh Poan Hannah Sampson, Alice Shepperson
Performers & Devisers
Amy Butler, Annie-Rose Grantham, Emily Lue-Fong, Luis Dunn, Amelia Clark
Hannah Miller of Moulettes with additional material from Oliver Austin
Thomas Goodwin and Carrie Whitaker (Lila Dance)
Creative input during research & development
Without Walls, Arts Council England, Salisbury Festival, Hat Fair Festival, Stockton International Riverside Festival and Norfolk & Norwich Festival