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Different notions of nationality and duty are examined in a triple bill of works about Britishness. In Rashpal Singh Bansal's Anything...but exotic
, three Bharatanatyam dancers perform classical Indian choreography as an impassioned challenge to the mainstream perception of British Asian Dance. Gary Clarke's COAL
explores the dark underbelly of the mining industry as five miners hack their way through a soundscape of brass bands and thunderous machinery in a moving demonstration of unity and survival. National Dance Award nominee Sally Marle's Sweetshop Revolution presents an excerpt from Dulce et Decorum
in which three lost wartime Samaritans long to escape their civic lives in a land of hope without glory.Choreographer Rashpal Singh Bansal (Anything but...exotic). Choreographer Gary Clarke (COAL). Company Sweetshop Revolution (Dulce et Decorum).
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