The Coalesce Dance Company presents - ‘The Old Green Time Machine’ - 1:30pm performance
The Old Green Time Machine follows the journey of two intrepid and quirky time travellers who are in a race to save the world. In a future where all living things have been destroyed and all that is left is plastic, our two adventurers find themselves on an urgent mission. It’s a shame their carbon friendly time machine bicycle has seen better days! This very engaging tale is told through dance and mime.
Why not combine this event with an ice cream trip and a visit to the fabulous Art Exhibition across the road in the Old Barn.
Coalesce Dance Theatre was established in 2018 by Fern Wareham and Rachel Maffei, two Manchester based female artists. They have established an ethos that places people right at the heart of their practice and developed a captivating movement style, combining strength and fluidity, with raw and impulsive energy. Coalesce approach topical subjects with a thoughtful, yet direct focus, aiming to engage and uplift audiences through their work.
Date: 8 October 2022
Start time: 13:30 BST
End time: 14:30 BST
Venue: Bidlea Dairy and Ice Cream Parlour, CW4 8DS
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