Second Hand Dance presents
Grass Films: Sunny Days & Insect Hands
- Sat 13 - Sat 20 Feb
Look down. What are you standing on?
Explore the world beneath your feet and all its wriggling inhabitants in this double bill of quirky short dance films that celebrates the magic of the natural world.
Roll in the grass, find spiders in the park and feel the warm sun on your face. Sunny Days and Insect Hands will inspire you to look a little more closely at the world around you, get moving, get outside and play.
What audiences have said:
"Emilia was spellbound, and demanded to watch it 3 more times"
"We loved flying butterflies around our living room"
"Wow. I loved it. Beautiful. The dancer is so expressive."
"How lovely! I didn't want it to stop. ❤"
These films are accompanied by a series of sensory films which offer an additional way to experience the event for children with an autistic spectrum condition or who explore the world in a sensory way. Available to watch with or without audio description.
Second Hand Dance creates joyful dance work for families and adult audiences. Its work has been watched by just under a million people, live or online.
Sunny Days & Insect Hands were created by Rosie Heafford, winner of the Arts Foundation Children's Theatre Shortlist Award.
These films will be available from 11am Saturday 13 Feb until 6pm on Saturday 20 Feb
Book your ticket to watch anytime during this period.
SCHOOLS: To get this performance and the accompanying Education pack for your school home teaching from 8 - 12 Feb please click here