Thingamajigs was created with an audience of young children (aged 3+) and their families in mind. The dance performance sees two performers explore how a variety of everyday, very familiar objects can be used in weird and wonderful ways. Think paper telescopes, foil moustaches, human hoopla and much much more!
Spiltmilk say Dance takes a tongue-in-cheek look at popular social dance crazes, particularly those that were at the centre of popular culture at their time of prevalence. These dances brought trends in music and fashion, and led new generations of young people to the dance floor. The work takes a look back at these dances but de-constructs and re-imagines them for today’s audience.