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K-Arts Dance Company Mixed Bill

Each time we’ve seen the K-Arts Dance Company perform it’s been an exciting, energising experience. This year they will be making two appearances. The first is at Trinity Laban on 18 November, with details linked below. The second at Wimbledon College of Arts on 19 November at an event not listed on their website – so all we have to go on is the below poster and a notice posted on the KCCUK Facebook page.

K-Arts Dance Company Mixed Bill

Date: Friday 18 November 2022, 7pm or 7:30pm, depending on whether you believe the poster or the website
Laban Theatre | Laban Building | 30 Creekside | London SE8 3DZ | | [Map]

Tickets: Free | Register here

Poster: K-Arts Dance Company at Laban Theatre

A welcome return to Laban Theatre for our institutional partners, Korea National University of the Arts, and K-Arts Dance Company, who bring their fusion of traditional Korean and contemporary dance to London in a show that promises skill, strength and superb sound. Don’t miss this chance to see a rare UK performance from this graduate dance company.

Additional information from KCC Facebook post:

This autumn, the Korea National University of Arts are proud to present a series of Contemporary and Korean Dance Performances at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire in London as well as the Wimbledon College of Art as part of their international exchange programme with leading arts universities in the UK.

The tour begins on Friday 18 November 2022 (19:30) at the Laban Theatre, Trinity Laban Conservatoire. On Saturday 19 November at the Wimbledon College of Arts audiences will be treated to a Performance at 13:30 pm as well as a Workshop at 15:00 specially tailored to local artists and residents.

Tickets are free, but Booking is essential.
To reserve your seats please contact [email protected]

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