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MDX Dance at the RAF Museum: Herren

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START DATE 26 September 2015
START TIME 12:30pm
LOCATION

RAF Museum London, Grahame Park Way, London, NW9 5LL

END DATE 27 September 2015
END TIME 02:30pm

Graduating Middlesex University dance students present live work in celebration of the Royal Air Force Museum London's latest exhibition, Defying Gravity: First World War Airmen's Lucky Charms and Superstitions

Two dancers perform under an aeroplane at the RAF MuseumFinal year choreography students have been working with the Royal Air Force Museum London to create responsive dance performances that enhance the Museums temporary exhibition Defying Gravity

Creative responses were premiered on 20 April 2015 for three graduating choreographers' final degree assessment, and these works are returning to the museum over the course of this year. 

Herren

'These guys could actually see each other's eyes' 

This live duet performance responds to an amalgamation of fighting strategies, letters, diary entries and written accounts from British and German pilots during WW1.

Choreographed by Toni Elwin, BA Dance Studies (Choreography).

Sound Designed by Ian Simpson and Toni Elwin.

Performed by Christina Binney, BA Dance Studies (Choreography) and Ashleigh Sims, BA Dance Performance.

Performances take place at 12.30, 1.30 and 2.30 within the First World War in the Air exhibition in the Grahame-White Factory at the Royal Air Force Museum London.

Admission: FREE
No booking required

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