New Work by DeNada Dance Theatre

New work by DeNada Dance Theatre 

After a great time at International Dance Festival Birmingham, DeNada Dance Theatre will be back in the studio from June 16th creating 'Café Salomé' (working title), a piece commissioned by Ovalhouse London, Brighton Pink Fringe and Bradford Theatre in the Mill. 

This 'fantasia of ham and sequins', a tale of murder and transformation inspired by the Berlin novels of Christopher Isherwood (also the inspiration for Cabaret, the musical and film), will be developed and performed in each venue as work in progress. 

The piece will be mentored by choreographer Javier de Frutos and will have dramaturgical assistance from Spanish fashion film director Gsus Lopez. 

Come see the first scratch performances in London's Ovalhouse Theatre, from June 25th-28th, 19:45. Would be great to see you there! Performances in Brighton in July and Bradford in September. 

(Pictured: Victoria Da Silva in 'Café Salomé'. Photo by Josh Hawkins)