Post-Brexit Britain explored through dance at The Point

11 Oct 2017

Protein Dance in ‘Border Tales’. Image: Jane Hobson

On Thursday 2 November The Point, Eastleigh plays host to Protein Dance; an award-winning dance company whose newest work, Border Tales, discusses a post-Brexit Britain through performance.

Border Tales is a thought-provoking commentary by an award-winning company on multicultural Britain, told through dance, live music and dialogue. Looking at the Britain we live in today through the eyes of an international cast, the show questions stereotypical thinking about migrant outsiders and bigoted homelanders.

“Superbly staged and performed.” – The Telegraph

Met with a wave of acclaim at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe and back on the road after a critically-acclaimed first run tour, Border Tales is an unmissable dance show for anyone interested in taking a broader look at the world in which we live.

Border Tales will be supported by Katie Dale-Everett’s Digital Tattoo. Fusing technology and dance, the show explores our online identity, made by one of the South Coast’s most exciting emerging choreographers.

Tickets are £14 / £12 concessions and £8 for students.

To book visit The Point, Eastleigh’s website, or call the Box Office on 023 8065 2333.