LOTF Legacy continues in Bradford

19 February 2016

Lee Smikle, Resident Artist for New Adventures & Re:Bourne, has been busy in Bradford (during the week commencing 15 February), choreographing two new pieces on a group of young male dancers. One of which will be performed as the Sleeping Beauty curtain raiser on Friday 26 February at the Alhambra Theatre.

This week's workshops are a continuation of work delivered by us as part of the Lord of the Flies legacy, maintaining links with groups that took part in the LOTF tour in 2014. LOTF ambassador for Bradford, Sam Broadbent supported Lee in the creation of these pieces and is also a partnership project with Bradford Theatres and Phoenix Dance.

Read all about it here, as published in the Telegraph and Argus and remember to book your tickets now for Sleeping Beauty at the Alhambra next week!

Bradford is also home for Lee and Sleeping Beauty principal cast member Dominic North, so is set to be an exciting week for the Company.

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