Motiohouse Triple Bill

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Black Country Dance Hub is delighted to announce the return of Motionhouse with not one, but three shows in a triple bill of extraordinary work.

We're afraid that we will no longer be premiering Motionhouse's Gravity at Forest Arts Centre, as part of the bill as of the dancers are injured. As a busy dance company this, from time-to-time occurs and unfortunately on this occasion there isn't enough space in Motionhouse's schedule to train another dancer. Instead Gravity will be replaced on the triple bill by the beautiful duet, Lost.


Lost explores the limits of what it is to be both physically and emotionally lost. The thought-provoking choreography of this duet combines Motionhouse’s characteristic contact work, complex lifts and athletic precision with emotionally charged fluidity. Sensual connection between the two dancers is fused with raw emotion as one desperately fights to pull the other back from the precipice.


Motionhouse's brand new duet Knot sees two male dancers using extreme physicality, complex lifts and contact choreography, to explore the many facets of human relationships through physical expression.


Four dancers perform this exciting blend of dance, acrobatics and aerial work inside a large cage. Disorientated and shaken, the performers use their skill and instinct to survive in this emotionally charged and athletic piece.

The Triple Bill is being supported by a phenomenal curtain call, which has been created with Motionhouse dancers and performed by students from: Ellowes Hall School?, Pedmore High School?, Leasowes High School?, Crestwood School?, Ounsdale High School? and Kinver High School?.

Forest Arts Centre | Monday 20 May 2019 7.30pm

Tickets are just £6.00 and are available from Forest Arts Centre Box Office by calling:

0300 555 2898

or by Booking Online here

WATCH THE TRAILERS by clicking on the show names below...




Motionhouse's Triple Bill is brought to Forest Arts Centre as part of the START Programme, a Black Country Dance Hub initiative supported using funding from Arts Connect and Children and the Arts.





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