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Visual Poets presents STRONGHOLD on Thursday 21st June 2018
Witness the story of another: a story you have seen before and will see again and again. Witness their path and how it intertwines with yours. What will you do to change it?
Visual Poets is a hip-hop performance crew based in Brighton who focus on encouraging a diversity of dancers to prosper. On June 21st 2018, they will be debuting their upcoming show, STRONGHOLD. Directed by the crew’s leader and main choreographer, Munya Muchati, the performance invites you to question your reality and the concept of the ‘norm’.
Having formed in 2014 as part of Brighton’s premier hip-hop school Streetfunk, based at Marina Studios, Visual Poets features dancers from 15 to 27 years old and are known for bringing a contemporary edge to the hip-hop style. The crew perform annually at events such as Streetfunk presents Straight Up, Breaking Boundaries and Brighton & Hove Council’s Dance Active. In addition, this year, they held a halftime performance for Worthing Thunder Basketball.
2018, however, is a whole new chapter for Visual Poets and they are pushing themselves as dancers move than ever before. In an innovative move, this performance will be the first show produced and facilitated by the crew alone. STRONGHOLD, featuring Visual Poets dancers and special guests, Callous Affection, will be their debut performance, showcasing a new contemporary urban style choreography with stunning visual backdrops.
Join Visual Poets for an unforgettable evening on 21st June at the Sallis Benney Theatre from 7.30-8.30pm.
Music Genres: Alternative, Hip Hop, Spoken Word
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