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JOLI VYANN RETURN WITH THEIR NEW SHOW ANIMA. AUTUMN 2019 TOUR.

‘pushing aside the boundaries between acrobatics and dance with intelligence and impressive skill’   The Guardian

 Anima is Latin for breath, life and soul.  Joli Vyann’s new show explores the simple act of breathing in all its forms and how it connects us all.

BOURNEMOUTH
Pavilion Dance South West
Wed 25 & Thu 26 Sept 7:30PM
01202 203630
pdsw.org.uk

NEWCASTLE
Dance City
Thu 3 Oct 7:30PM
0191 261 0505
dancecity.co.uk

DORCHESTER
Dorchester Arts
At the Corn Exchange
Wed 9 Oct  8:00PM
01305 266926
dorchesterarts.org.uk

NEWBURY
Corn Exchange Newbury
Tue 15 Oct 7:45PM
0845 5218 218
cornexchangenew.com

DERBY
Déda
Thu 21 Nov 7:30PM
01332 370911
deda.uk.com

EXETER
Exeter Phoenix
Tue 26 Nov 7:30PM
01392 667080
exeterphoenix.org.uk

BARNSLEY
The Civic
Fri 29 Nov 7:30PM
01226 327000
barnsleycivic.co.uk



How does breath affect our emotions? Our physicality? Our very being? The performers push themselves to the limits of their physicality where breath is shared, breath is stolen and breath is forced. Using Joli Vyann’s unique blend of dance and acrobatics, Anima is about the delicate connection between two people breathing through an emotional roller coaster.  Anima features a live musician, using dance, circus, voice and wind instruments, allowing breath to literally become the soundscape for the performance.

 

 

 

 

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Anima is co-commissioned by The Point, Eastleigh.
Supported by DEDA, Circomedia, Seachange Arts, New Theatre Royal & Lighthouse Poole
Joli Vyann are supported by Arts Council England. Produced by Turtle Key Arts.
@HOME artists for The Point, Eastleigh. Assosciate Artists at DEDA and Dream Artist at Pavilion Dance South West.

WHO WE ARE...

A SHORT FILM ABOUT TURTLE KEY ARTS, WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO.

Who we are

A YEAR IN THE LIFE

A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF TURTLE KEY ARTS, A SHORT FILM ABOUT ALL THE WORK THEY DID IN 2018-2019.

YEARINLIFE
 

Turtle Key Arts

In 2018 TURTLE KEY ARTS reached an audience of 31,500 collaborating with 260 artists and involved over 1800 participants.

 
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