Produced by SE19DanceProject
About the project:
Mission Earth is a project in collaboration with Croydon Libraries. It aims to provide children in the Borough of Croydon with the opportunity to engage in dance while fostering their interest in environmental care. The series of interactive performances in libraries are supported by in school dance workshops led by experienced facilitators. Through working with 10 Croydon schools and staging an additional family performance in Stanley Arts this project will reach and engage over 500 children.
Alongside the tour across Croydon Libraries we also offer a family performance at Stanley Arts
About the performance
Eno, Bo and Lux are living in the year 2050, but it’s no fun.
The future has no colours and nothing anyone has tried so far can bring them back. But the children of the future have a plan…
Experience an interactive, dance-filled performance during which the children play a pivotal role, shaping the story and becoming heroes on our mission! This family performance has everything you can ask for: live music, funny characters, beautiful visuals, extraordinary costumes and an important message!
Psst… the element of surprise awaits the children as part of our magical performance. Please help us maintain the mystery by telling your children they will be there to experience a storytelling session.
Date: 21st January
Doors open: 2:30pm.
Tickets available HERE.
Choreography: Ania Straczynska and Greta Gauhe
Lux: Lara Jones
Eno: Mercedes Prevatt/Aisha Sanyang-Meek
Bo: Greta Gauhe/Paulina Powrollik
Producers: Ania Straczynska, Polly Cuthbert, Ella Kennedy
Costumes: Sophie Donaldson, Nef McHenry
Composer & Sound Designer: Lara Jones
Writing: Daniel Green
Image credit: Zoe Manders
Funded by: Arts Council England
Supported by Croydon Libraries