Performance: Genius
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An exceptional group of six dancers perform two dramatic explorations of genius in an inspirational performance full of eminent talent and creative power.

Gary Clarke’s Beethoven takes a touching and darkly humorous look at the extraordinary personal life and musical works of Ludwig van Beethoven. 

Lea Anderson has created a stylised, gently humorous and visually stunning exploration of the legend of the vampire Nosferatu and his depiction in film.

“One of the brightest companies in British Dance” – Donald Hutera, Arts Journalist, The Times 

Age suitability: 8 years+
Running time: 60 mins (plus interval)

Date: Wednesday 25 October
Time: 19:30
Location: The House, Plymouth University

£10/£7
Discounts available via the Artory App and free to Plymouth University students via SPiA.


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