Join us as we cross the fictional worlds of your favourite novels and films, with the motion and beauty of dance. Experience your library as never before, as you travel through dance into your favourite Roald Dahl creations. SPINE Festivalreturns on 3rd-5th March 2016 at Leytonstone Library with artist in residence, professional dancer and choreographer Annarita Mazzilli.
With a jammed pack schedule of activities over the three days; from the Dance Dystopia workshops aimed at 11 to 14 years old, to the Dancing with Dahl workshops for small people with huge imaginations and their families, for the under 5 and the 5 to 11 years old, to the dance showcase on the final day for all ages; the festival is promising to have something for everyone.
Come and celebrate the finale of the SPINE Festival too: watch or take part in dance performances and invite your family to see what you’ve learned and created.
Saturday 5th March 5-7pm
(Refreshments provided, all welcome).
Also featuring in this showcase will be: A performance by Ideachor Dance Group (Part of Idea Store Learning Performing Arts Department), with their contemporary dance piece Raining Cats and Dogs, inspired by East London’s graffiti and screening of a short dance
Please visit here for the full program and to reserve your space.
Don’t miss Spine Festival 2016, 3-5 March. Loads of FREE arts and literature events for children, families and young people in your library! For more information visit the SPINE project page or follow #SpineFestival2016. Produced by Apples and Snakes in partnership with library authorities across London.