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The Lock In!
Archive :: production:T0123590724, dance or ballet:S0513958265, venue:V051452426
Some of the UK's most exciting dancers bring some of the oldest forms of dance bang up to date as they collide with some of the newest in an exciting new dance show ?The Lock In' sees a group of street dancers arrive at an apparently deserted pub. The word on the street is that The Fighting Cocks is the place to be ?after hours' but as the regulars arrive a clash of cultures turns into a dance floor stand-off. The skill, speed and athleticism of the dancers on both sides soon wins the others over as the old and new are brought together in an exciting and dynamic dance-off. Sword dances are performed with snooker-cues, pub bouncers dance the Morris and B-boys flirt with clog girls. Meanwhile house band The Demon Barbers take English Folk music on a new journey with friends Hip Hop, House, Funk and Ska and even says hello to Burlesque and Drum & Bass along the way. The Lock In does for English folk dance what Riverdance did for Irish dance and Diversity did for street dance, bringing some lesser-known forms of dance into the mainstream. Fast-paced and innovative, the show brings together some of the UK's top clog, sword and Morris dancers with their counterparts from the worlds of B-boying, popping & krump.
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