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VenueThe Tobacco Factory Theatres
Other spaces: Spielman Theatre
CountyCity of Bristol
From29th September 2008
To1st October 2008
PricesFrom £12.00. To £12.00.
What is currently on at The Tobacco Factory Theatres (V1384579886)



Archive :: production:T01332409029, dance or ballet:S0298405790, venue:V1384579886

Right or Wrong/She Was Still

Highly accomplished classical Indian dancer Dipisha Patel explores the boundaries between traditional and contemporary dance. Her recent piece Anjali, meaning ‘divine offering’, was a contemporary exploration of the classical South Indian dance Bharata Natyam. As one of the UK’s emerging classical Indian dancers, Dipisha has been praised for her outstanding technical ability and exciting interpretations. London’s Seeta Patel is also widely respected for her contemporary take on Indian classical dance. Tonight she presents her new, short dance piece She Was Still inspired by gestural movements of Bharata Natyam. Right or Wrong was developed as part of a Cultural Brokerage partnership between Asian Arts Agency and Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre.


Choreographer Dipisha Patel (Right or Wrong)
Choreographer Seeta Patel (She Was Still)

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