Richard Chappell Dance Home: Revisited promotional photo. A woman wearing a brown top and beige trousers leans back in the air hair falling down with her arms crossed as she balances standing on her left leg as her right leg wraps rests on her left knee.
Richard Chappell Dance Home: Revisited promotional photo. A woman wearing a brown top and beige trousers leans back in the air hair falling down with her arms crossed as she balances standing on her left leg as her right leg wraps rests on her left knee.

Richard Chappell Dance

Home Revisited

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Join Richard Chappell Dance to celebrate a decade of pioneering dance in the South West.

For the last 10 years Richard Chappell Dance has created memorable and moving dance experiences for audiences across the UK on stage, screen and in person through wide-reaching participatory projects.

For this celebratory programme, Richard Chappell Dance will perform Vast Rocks Revisited, a reimagined version of the company’s first small-scall creation which takes inspiration from the Devon landscape. As well as this is an extract from one of their most ambitious works to date, Infinite Ways Home, a multisensory production exploring ritual, rave and human connection.

The evening’s programme will include a commission from creative duo harrynsmithy with the playful and satirical dog eat dog. Alongside this will be performances from a range of intergenerational community groups, in what promises to be a true celebration of home, family, and the Devon landscape.

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