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Korea’s Laboratory Dance Project perform at The Place

This is one event I’m going to be sure to get to.

Laboratory Dance Project

Tuesday 23 November 2010, 8pm
UK Premiere

The award-winning Seoul company Laboratory Dance Project, founded by artistic director Shin Chang-Ho, makes its London debut at The Place with a triple bill of incredible, physically charged, acrobatic dance work, which combines contemporary choreography, hip hop and martial arts.

Three distinct works define the extraordinary talent of these artists and performers.

Laboratory Dance Project

Lee In Soo’s Modern Feeling is an accomplished piece detailing the meetings, conflicts and compromises of two men. The work won the Grand Prix award at the Seoul International Choreographer Festival in 2008.

Jeon Mi Sook’s Promise is a thoughtful examination of suspicion, prejudice, forgiveness and the freedom to be different, set to Steve Reich’s classic Music for 18 Musicians.

In No Comment, the company’s signature piece, a testosterone fuelled group of seven suited male dancers stalk and prowl the stage in an astonishing piece of high energy work. If you like Hofesh Shechter we think you’ll love this.

+ Post-show Q&A
Tickets: £6-£17
10% discounts for group bookers of 10+
Call The Place Box Office on 020 7121 1100 or book online at
Nearest tube: Euston |

(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.

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