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Norwegian dancer takes part new in show

 Date:31/05/2007 - 02/06/2007
 Type:Culture, Performing Arts
 Location:England, London

European dance company MIKS, which include Norwegian dancer Ida Uvaas, are one of the acts taking part in the music and dance event 'Everything is Different' in Camberwell, London.

Flautist Lucy Forde and dancer Charlotte Spencer team up for a music and dance piece inspired by Hungarian-Jewish author Frigyes Karinthy’s tale Chains or Chain-Links, published in a volume of short stories in 1929 entitled 'Everything is Different'. Focusing on its theory that there are only six degrees of separation between any two people in the world, the work looks at the simple connections we make in everyday life, magnifying these points to find beauty in the details.

'Everything is Different' will be followed by performances by green bean dance and MIKS plus sets from Ghanaian percussion ensemble Sekgura, experimental band Misirlou and jazz outfit Outhouse.  The Blue Elephant Gallery will be displaying works by Maisie Kendal.

Everything is Different, a music & dance evening
Thursday 31 May – Saturday 2 June, 8pm
Tickets: £9.50 (£7.50 concessions), Box Office: 020 7701 0100
Blue Elephant Theatre, 59a Bethwin Rd, Camberwell, London, SE5 0XT (entrance on Thompson Ave)
Nearest tube: Oval (Northern Line)

 



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MIKS staged their last production 'Only on Mondays' earlier this year at The Place.Photo: MIKS

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