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Big Deal Drama and Dance Junior

Playing until 31 Mar 2021

Studio 3 Arts

Big Deal Drama will be joining forces with poets, a visual artist and beatboxer/sound artist for Crep Project.
Big Deal Drama and Dance Junior at Studio 3 Arts

Image courtesy Studio 3 Arts

Show details

Synopsis


Big Deal Drama will be joining forces with poets, a visual artist and beatboxer/sound artist for Crep Project.


This cross-artform exploration of young working-class trainer culture will look at what attaches us to brands and the shopping experience through trainers, art and words.

Big Deal Dance are exploring ideas, themes and stories around the Windrush Generation creating a piece that explores racism, self-belief, and the will-power of the people who came to the UK from the Caribbean.


The young dancers will also have workshops in different styles from the street dance umbrella Litefeet & Krump.


Background, advisory warnings


Age suitability: No age limit


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Theatre


Name:
Studio 3 Arts


Postal address:
Galleon Community Centre
Boundary Road

Barking IG11 7JR

Box office tel: -

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Dates


Previews from:Monday 1 March 2021

Closes:Wednesday 31 March 2021

Performance days & times


Evening:

Matinee:
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Running time: To be confirmed

Tickets


Standard:
Free

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