A lavish reboot of Korean dance – part K-pop escapism, part zany performance art – that thrusts traditional form into a vibrant, Gen Z spotlight.
Choreographed and performed by Eun-Me Ahn, the enfant terrible of South Korean dance, alongside young dancers, all born in the 2000s in different Asian countries, Dragons is a kaleidoscopic fusion of street, modern, ancient and martial-arts movement that bristles with youthful, futuristic energy.
Channelling the optimism of dragons in Eastern culture – fittingly, in the lunar year of the dragon – dancers interact with holographics, fluorescent costumes, silvery tubes, and endless explosions of colour. A truly inspired work of hyperdigital expression and non-stop motion.
Ticketholders attending the show on Saturday 16 March, 7.30pm will be able to attend a post-show talk at 8.45pm
*Lowest standard public price with no restrictions
Recommended for ages 8+
Contains strobe lighting and sudden light changes
“A show bursting with vivid strangeness and hope.”
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