Triple bill of dance on stage at village hall

Balbir Singh's international dance company come to Lesbury with a thrilling performance that fuses the north Indian dance form Kathak with western dance styles and live music.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 10th October 2016, 12:31 pm

And the show at Lesbury Village Hall on Saturday, October 15, will be preceded by a curtain-raiser performance by dance groups from Alnwick and Alnmouth.

Dhe Ki Ta is a triple bill of dance pieces from solo to duet, to quartet.

It opens with a classical Indian dance solo, showing the richness of storytelling, technique and rhythm footwork.

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This is followed by the male duet and audience favourite Decreasing Infinity, which is performed to live music by a tabla player and beatboxer, who improvise a thrilling soundtrack around a driving rhythmic structure.

The evening concludes with Play of Percentages, performed by a quartet of dancers mixing Indian and Western dance styles.

Balbir and his dancers will be working with two older women’s dance groups – Dance For Fun, based at Alnwick Playhouse, and Dancing Girls, from Alnmouth, who will perform a short piece as a curtain-raiser to the evening’s show.

The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £8, available from Alnmouth and Lesbury Post Offices, or online at