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TRIBE// Presents Still I Rise at Cornerstone, Didcot

Ticket Information

Prices: £14, Concs £10, Under 26s £5

Age guidance: 8yrs+

50% Members Discount.

TRIBE// Presents Still I Rise

Thursday 20 Feb 2020 7:30pm

Tags: Dance

TRIBE//s debut work Still I Rise is a call to arms performed by an all-female cast.

Raw, gutsy, emotive and visceral dance work from new choreographer Victoria Fox.

The work channels the resilient, unapologetic nature of the iconic poem by Maya Angelou. It’s unflinching, relentless hope for the human spirit runs through this visceral dance work.

Cinematic sounds from pounding beats to stirring classical arias, drive the journey onwards. Falling down, gathering up…we rise.

Reviews

“Tender, sensual and exquisite” - Anna Mortimer

“Still I Rise is a work fuelled by female strength; visceral, persistent and driven by a physicality that seeks to both free and empower” - Rachel Elderkin, Freelance Dance Writer (The Stage)

“proud, fearless and did not hold back emotion as this powerful show illustrated confidence, struggle and conquering.” - Sarah Brandon

"A contemporary dance company that packs some punch" - Culturised.com

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