8th Mar 2010 - 7:30pm

The Arts Centre

Stan Won’t Dance in association with Apples and Snakes, present Babel written by Patrick Neate.

Tickets £8.50 / £6.50 concessions.

Babel – noun. a confused noise made by a number of voices.

Five years ago, Stan Won’t Dance smashed onto the scene and broke all the rules about what theatre and dance should be. Daring to say what is often left unsaid, the Company is now back to hold the theatre world hostage with its most provocative and hard-hitting piece to date – Babel.

Combining explosive movement with words of mass destruction, the choreographic mavericks Liam Steel and Robert Tannion create the ultimate act of dance-theatre terrorism. Abrasive, anarchic, honest and uncompromising; nothing and no-one is safe as an all male cast collapse our safe ivory towers of political correctness, to ask fundamental questions about the Britain in which we live.

Babel received an excellent review from The Stage

Suitable for age 16 plus.

This performance will take place in the Studio Theatre of the Performing Arts Centre.