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Archive listings for Aditi Mangaldas

Work type: Dance or ballet.

Echoes & I Imagine - T576019341

Echoes, choreographed by Aditi Mangaldas, is a stunning approach to traditional Kathak dance. Here, both choreographer and performer listen attentively to the echoes of our life. Aakash dances majestically across a stage invaded by cascades of bells conjuring up his roots and ties. I Imagine is Aakash's exploration of dance-theatre by embodying three generations of migrants through masks and acting. The result? A visceral and witty take on identity and longing. Dozens of piled suitcases on stage are unlocked to unveil a very touching performance.
13 Jun 17Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham :: V0165922284
listing details L1220521276

Within/Knotted and Unwrapped - T02136645207

Choreographer Aditi Mangaldas presents two contemporary dances based on the art of Kathak. In this UK premiere, she explores the classical Indian dance form. Mangaldas uses her knowledge and experience of Kathak to create a contemporary dance vocabulary influenced by classical Indian dance. In her latest work, Within, Mangaldas looks at the deepest, most complex and contradictory human emotions - love and hate, tenderness and harshness, humanity and brutality. At the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2013, Salman Rushdie said, 'Classically, we have defined ourselves by the things we love. By the place which is our home, by our family, by our friends. But in this age we're asked to define ourselves by hate. That what defines you is what pisses you off. And if nothing pisses you off, who are you?' Is there another way to discover the sky, the eternity within us? Where should we seek inspiration for this journey?
22 May 14 to 23 May 14Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
listing details L1648056648


Outdoor entertainment from India. Kathak with both traditional and modern edge from Aditi Mangaladas and her Drishtikon Dance Foundation.
26 Jul 03National Theatre, West End :: V400
listing details L1571713643

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3 Aug 02 to 4 Aug 02ICA, Inner London :: V205
listing details L01942515546

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