By Webteam - 11th October 2019 6:07am
Saturday 19th October
Using 5 pairs of silver shoes and a witty text, Rachel tells the true story of the Dancing Plague of 1518 whilst asking what does it means when we stop dancing today?
A performance with perfectly pitched movement that explores female solidarity, what it costs to take a stand, and to stand together...and how to find your groove again.
Told with a charming movement language, and a text full of tenacity, tenderness and truly terrible jokes this is a brave and beautiful show that gets audiences laughing, crying and dancing.
Audlem Scout and Guide Hall
Doors open 7pm. 7.30pm start.
No storytelling is complete without nibbles and a glass of something. You are welcome to bring your own wine or beer etc. Non-alcoholic refreshments will be on sale.
Tickets: email@example.com , 01270 811250 or www.ticketsource.co.uk/cheshireruraltouringarts
£12 adult, £8 students / concessions, family £35.
(Booking fee applies for online bookings)
Ages 14+ (contains some swearing & adult themes)
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