Following government advice about Coronavirus, Cornerstone Arts Centre is currently closed to the public. Visit our blog post for more information on this closure: here.
Cornerstone Arts Centre is still Didcot's community hub even in this unprecedented time where we can't be physically open. We will continue to illuminate theatre, visual arts, community spirit and everything else under our umbrella in the best way we possibly can online.
For a while, our website is going to look a little different. We are creating pages with details of our new digital initiatives including virtual galleries, streaming theatre and bringing classes into your living rooms so you can enjoy us even during this period. We will continue to be a community resource and we look forward to seeing you again in person when this is all over.
Prices: £12.50, conc £10.50 and members £6.50
Running time: 60 minutes, no interval
Friday 23 Nov 2018 7:30pm
Casson and Friends present Choreocracy.
A new dance & technology collaboration that puts YOU in control more than ever before...
Record Breaking Dance Artist Tim Casson and BAFTA award-winning Digital Artist Seb Lee-Delisle, present their first collaboration: CHOREOCRACY: The fun interactive dance show that puts the audience in control of the performance.
Seb and Tim will be your guides through the show, and using innovative mobile technology, will give you control over the three highly-skilled dance performers in real-time - with no experience of dance required.
Find out what happens when we ask the public what would make a good show, decide what you do or don’t want to see, and have your say about what the dancers do next: as we explore whether a dance performance can be truly democratic…
Commissioned by DanceEast and Supported by Theatre Delicatessen, South East Dance, and Studio Wayne McGregor through the FreeSpace Programme. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
“Casson is a choreographic provocateur in the way he blurs the distinction between audience and performer by combining or inverting the two” — Nicholas Minns, writingaboutdance.com
“Another example of how dance is incorporating technology into the performance space with massive success.” — Aesthetica on ‘Fiend’
“Casson’s collaborative projects pushed boundaries and put a smile on people’s faces” — LDN Card