Go See: Captioned performance of Wild Card – Dan Daw at Sadler’s Wells in London

Posted on March 22, 2017

This is a sponsored post from Sadler’s Wells.

Wild Card – Dan Daw
Lilian Baylis Studio
Stagetext captioned performance: Fri 31 Mar
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Dance maker and performer Dan Daw curates an evening of collaborations exploring the notions of ‘success’ and ‘failure’, highlighting the role of the audience’s perception in distinguishing the two.

Alongside a collaboration specially made for this evening by dance artists Lucy Suggate and Hannah Buckley, Dan has invited performer Keren Rosenberg and British performance and visual artist Graham Adey. Dan will perform his new solo On One Condition, a stripped back, affecting look at struggle, belonging, comfort, need and home, also conceived by Graham Adey.

Join us on Friday 31 March for the Stagetext Captioned Performance.

Upcoming performances:

Breakin’ Convention
Co-compered by a BSL-interpreter
29 & 30 Apr
The world’s biggest festival of hip hop dance, is back at Sadler’s Wells for its 14th year running.
Find out more

Rambert – Ghost Dances
Sign Language Interpreted Performance
Wed 17 May

Christopher Bruce’s masterpiece, one of Rambert’s most celebrated works returns to Sadler’s Wells for the first time in 14 years.
Find out more

BSL Interpreted Talks
The season we are hosting a post-show BSL Interpreted Talk after James Compagnie du Hanneton / James Thierrée on Thu 4 May, and pre-show BSL Interpreted Talk before Rambert’s performance on Wed 17 May.

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