THE TATTIE HOLIDAYS have been grasped by Moray’s contemporary dance organisation Bodysurf Scotland who are to team with Indepen-dance Dance from Glasgow.
Indepen-dance are an inclusive company for people with disabilities and their carers – now they are set to provide some ‘Tattie Holiday’ fun.
Indepen-dance will perform ‘Four Go Wild in Wellies’, a brand new show for audiences aged from three to five years old. Performances will be on Monday at the Fochabers Institute and Bishopmill Hall, on Tuesday at Universal Hall.
The event is a whimsical adventure featuring bobble hats, scarves and tents that have a life of their own and, of course, lots of fun in wellies!
The two organisations are also joining forces to bring a four day dance experience for young people aged between 11-18. Running from October 17 to 20 at Universal Hall, the workshop will feature Dutch Choreographer Joop Oonk who will be leading the students to create work to be performed on the final day.
Karl Jay-Lewin, Creative Director of Bodysurf Scotland said: “The events, which have been supported through funding from Creative Scotland and Awards for All, are a great opportunity for young people to experience quality dance and at the same time show that dance is for everyone and everyone can dance!”