Performances at Edinburgh Fringe British Council Showcase
June 5, 2013
Following a Spring tour, Tom Dale Company is delighted to present Refugees of the Septic Heart as part of the prestigious British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2013.
Explosive physicality, urban soundscapes and graphic visuals ignite in a mischievous exploration of life perched on the brink of change. Described by Londondance.com as a “choreographic concept album”, Refugees of the Septic Heart is a thought provoking and philosophical new work reflecting the heart beat of a nation; an animalistic tribe of 6 dancers embark on an evolutionary journey spanning a distant past to a high-finance future before exploding into a new dimension.
Inspired by a pulsating cinematic score by Shackleton and spoken work artist, Vengeance Tenfold, Tom Dale’s choreography shifts between fast paced fluidity, explosive athleticism and utter stillness. A unique gracefulness dissolves into chaotic hurtling action, thoughtful duets and spirited solos.
Digital projects by Barrett Hodgson create a mesmerising elemental and abstract environment skilfully transforming the set into an evolving landscape. It is an audio visual world of digital animation, music and movement.
Refugees of the Septic Heart
Dance Base, Venue 22, 14-16 Grassmarket, Edinburgh
Preview: 20 August: 12pm
Performances: 20-24 August 2013: 6pm
Tickets via +44(0)131 255 5525 or online
£12 (£10 conc.)
Recommended for ages 14+
Refugees of the Septic Heart is brought to you by the creative team behind the British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2011 hit, I Infinite.