How do we love? How has it changed?

Tickets are available to reserve now for a remarkable new dance theatre work from an award-winning choreographer.

Sally Marie, Artistic Director of Sweetshop Revolution, is the choreographer and director of BeautifuL, a dance theatre production which explores love and sexuality from the female perspective. The show is in March and tickets are available now.

Rachel Palmer, Artistic Director of The Dance Movement says: “Sally Marie is an amazing choreographer and director who has worked with The Dance Movement before so I know this is going to be an extraordinary and compelling performance. With women’s sexuality, its use, abuse and manipulation a constant subject of media fascination, the honesty and authenticity of BeautifuL promises to be a thought provoking evening.”

BeautifuL asks: how do we love and how has it changed? With the promise of being both captivating and challenging, five talented dancers will lead the audience through their own experiences of sexuality and love contrasted against an exploration of women’s sexuality over the last 300 years.

Encompassing movement and text, BeautifuL uses stunning dance to approach themes around fantasy and desire, what is permissible within social structures and cultural expectations. The performance provokes dialogue about how women and men experience relationships, their bodies and sexuality, and celebrates the solidarity of women while striving for a more truthful femininity, beyond media spin and the pressure to conform.

BeautifuL is at 8pm, Friday 23 March. Tickets are £12 (£7 concessions and students) available from The Dance Movement. Warning: the show contains some nudity and is only for those aged 14 and over.