Splash of Indian colour in Shankara

PUBLISHED: 01:01 13 March 2008 | UPDATED: 08:53 10 June 2010

A world renowned Indian dancer and her troupe are coming to Topsham next month as part of scheme to bring dance performances and to rural communities. Anusha Subramanyam and her dance company Beeja, will be at Darts Farm for just two performances of Shank

A world renowned Indian dancer and her troupe are coming to Topsham next month as part of scheme to bring dance performances and to rural communities.Anusha Subramanyam and her dance company Beeja, will be at Darts Farm for just two performances of Shankara in March.The performances are part of Villages in Action (VIA), a touring project which aims to bring top quality professional performances and workshops to rural communities.Shankara will be performed by three dancers, accompanied by live percussion and has been choreographed by Anusha. Anusha said: "Beeja creates performances that combine pure dance, mime and theatre with text and music. "In Shankara characters, story and sub plots and emotions take on life and colour through a poetry of words, mime, melody and the impulse of movement and rhythm."Beeja will be at Darts Farm new Estuary Room on Friday, March 14, at 7.30pm, with a workshop at Aylesbeare Village Hall at 2.15pm. For more information and tickets, call Janet on: (01395) 239181.


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