From the British Paraorchestra
Composed by Will Gregory
Choreographed by Caroline Bowditch
Conducted by Charles Hazlewood
Directed by Caroline Bowditch and Charles Hazlewood.
The Nature of Why merges dance and live music into an epic performance that brims with emotion and physical beauty. The show features a cinematic live-score form Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory, an ensemble of musicians from The British Paraorchestra and four extraordinary dancers.
The show takes inspiration from the unconventional curiosity of Nobel Prize-winning theoretical physicist Richard Feynman, and his search for meaning in the world around us.
Dancers and musicians move as one, erasing the divides between musician and dancer, performance and audience; resulting in an up-close-and-personal theatrical experience like no other.
Food and drink on the beach: Off Beat Bar & Kitchen serving a delicious selection of burgers, pizzas, wraps and salads. Then there’s The Purple Octopus, local entrepreneurs serving locally caught seafood. Or for those wanting something more traditional, there’s Ogy1 Pasty Shop, with pasties, pies, quiches, baguettes, snow cones and cakes, plus hot and cold drinks.
These pop-ups get very busy on sunny days. Pre-show booking for Off Beat and Ogy1 is essential (no pre-orders for The Purple Octopus) and you can also reserve a table at Off Beat Bars & Kitchen. Chose the food outlet/s you would like here
Please contact Matt at Off Beat: 07967 384837 / [email protected]
Or Ogy1: [email protected]
Parties of six or more must pre-order food. Pre-orders can be taken up to 9pm on the evening before the performance.