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Stage Editorial

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Following a hugely successful visit to Dance City with their duet ‘Zero’ Humanhood return with ‘Torus’, a brand new group piece. 

Birmingham based Humanhood really shook Dance City up last year with ‘Zero’ and their latest piece promises to be just as exhilarating.

The troupe have been joined by ex-Dance City student and BBC Young Dancer of the Year 2015, Connor Scott, for this piece described as “a journey through the flow of nature”. Humanhood’s much anticipated first group piece is rooted in physics and eastern mysticism and explores how these seemingly different fields shape the human experience of ourselves and reality. It also delivers on the company’s characteristic fusion of powerful movement and effortless fluidity as the dancers move as one, expanding and collapsing through chaos and stillness.

Torus, Thursday 28 March, Dance City, Newcastle, 7.30pm, £13.50 (£8 students/under 18, £11 concessions). dancecity.co.uk