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Posted on: September 7, 2016

Magpie’s professional training company; Highfliers will be performing at the Southbank Centre this Sunday 11th September, as part of the Unlimited Festival’s Inclusive Youth Dance Platform from 2 – 6:30pm in The Clore Ballroom, Royal Festival Hall. Southbank Centre presents Unlimited festival’s first inclusive youth dance platform in partnership with LINKED*, each company brings The Clore Ballroom to life for audiences of all ages to enjoy. The performance is FREE, just turn up!

The company will be performing an excerpt of ‘There Were Definitely Swans’ choreographed by Ben Duke, of Lost Dog Dance. In a bare rehearsal space, 5 performers try and re-stage Swan Lake.  As they piece it together, reality and fiction become confused, emotions run high and while the traditional choreography is nowhere to be seen, Swan Lake comes to life in the most unique of settings. Highfliers have charmed audience members by filling each theatre with laughter as well capturing heart felt emotion, all within one piece and received a standing ovation at the Gulbenkian Theatre. This is the last opportunity to see Highfliers perform this summer!

Come visit Magpie Dance’s stall at the FREE Unlimited Open Morning from 11am – 2pm, Blue Bar, Level 4 at Royal Festival Hall. This morning for emerging artists and performance makers focuses on professional development opportunities for disabled performers and arts administrators. There will be skills and development workshops including a Creative Leadership session from Clore Fellow and actor Jamie Beddard and also an employability and CV workshop from Southbank Centre’s Future Talent team. Alongside workshops there will be a chance to ask questions and talk to a range of companies about their creative opportunities in the Open Morning Marketplace.

*LINKED is a partnership between Candoco Dance Company, Greenwich Dance, Magpie Dance and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.