Company: International Contemporary Dance Collective
Witness the collision of creativity of four choreographers from four very different countries, in an evening of dance theatre that is affecting, beautiful and challenging with risk and collaboration at its heart. iCoDaCo brings together the work of four truly international independent dance artists: Israel Aloni (Sweden), Lee Brummer (England/Israel), Ido Batash (Israel/Holland) and Aberystwyth Arts Centre Associate Artist Gwyn Emberton (Wales).
Ido Batash explores his naive desire to return to nature without knowing what it really means to live there in ‘Bread and Circuses Blood’.
In Aloni's duet ‘Catharses’, he sets aside the well-trodden path of society’s struggle with the female, in a powerful celebration of the female.
Emberton’s solo ‘Of the earth from where I came’, shows life pass through a body; from the abundance of youth, to its last moments, before it returns back to the earth.
‘Fyra’ is a wholly original and edgy new work created and performed by the four choreographers, offering audiences a rare insight into a unique dance theatre experiment.
Please note this production contains nudity.
Age guidance of 16+
Free post show talk
The project has been made possible through the support of Coreo Cymru, Wales Arts International, Creu Cymru, Suzanne Dellal Centre (Tel Aviv), Balettakademien, Gothenburg and Balettakademien, Stockholm.