Artistic Directors Discuss Controversial Dance Show
Tuesday 17 April 2012
First performed at Sadler’s Wells last year, Un peu de tendresse bordel de merde! (A little tenderness for crying out loud!) caused a storm of controversy and split critical opinion. In the words of Lise Smith,
“There seems little point in denying that the show contains two dozen Canadians, who at various points descend into the audience for some eye-socking full-frontal encounters”. Read the full article
Alan Rivett (Director of Warwick Arts Centre) and David Massingham (Co-Artistic Director of DanceXchange) saw the show in London and immediately wanted to bring it to the Midlands. As a result you can see the show here at Warwick Arts Centre 26-28 April as part of International Dance Festival Birmingham This is the only opportunity to see this avant garde dance piece in the UK so banish your shyness and book now
Competition with Gusto Oven & Bar
To be in with the chance of winning, read the article below and answer the following question before Mon 23 Apr.
What is the name of the female onstage narrator? Enter the competition