Dancers cut across physical barriers

StopGAP in action
StopGAP in action
David Calder as Julius Caesar in the play of the same name at The Bridge Theatre. Picture by Manuel Harlan

Beware the Ides of March, but enjoy this screening

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StopGAP, a pioneering company that integrates dancers with and without disabilities, will perform a double bill entitled Trespass at the New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth on Thursday (7.30pm).

Five resident dancers will draw on their individual physicalities under the direction of Spanish-based choreographer Thomas Noone.

In Within, a lone dancer is drawn into her own imaginary world by four compelling characters.

Splinter is dance theatre driven by a thunderous, Japanese soundscape.

The programme also includes a curtain-raiser from Chance to Dance, the only adult integrated creative dance company in Portsmouth for people with and without disabilities.

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