Experience a ten minute excerpt from Neon Dance’s Puzzle Creature, performed at various points across the museum throughout the day, on the hour with last performance at 3pm. This is part of Dancin’ Oxford’s Spring Dance Festival 2020.
Free, drop in. Suitable for all.
Puzzle Creature is a multi-disciplinary dance work by Neon Dance, inspired by the death-eluding architecture designs of Arakawa and Madeline Gins. Forget the mundane everyday and immerse yourself in the magic of movement. Guaranteed to be a transformative experience, don't miss your chance to catch it in the unique setting of Oxford University's Museum of Natural History. Prepare to enter a space where there is no barrier between the artist and the audience.
Dancin’ Oxford is a major development for dance both locally, regionally and nationally. It significantly raises the profile and visibility of dance in the city, further establishing Oxford as a recognized hub for vibrant dance activity. It also provides opportunity for participants to actively engage in high quality dance, through an exciting programme of participatory activity and a performance programme.
For tickets for the related evening performance of Puzzle Creature at the Museum, go to https://www.ticketsoxford.com/whats-on/all-shows/neon-dance-puzzle-creature/13598