Dancing the night away

CAROL MARTINDALE, carolmartindale@nationnews.com

Added 03 November 2012


If it is said that artistes reflect what goes on in everday life through their works, then it would have been realised as the Frank Collymore Hall hosted the LIME NIFCA Performing Arts Dance Finals yesterday.The choreographers reinforced their right to deal with issues of the day: domestic violence, AIDS and cancer discrimination, bullying, death, exploitation and the horrors of the slave trade.There were also pieces that spoke just to dance, Cara Nichols Liberty, Louise Woodvine Dance Academy’s Support and Haunted, Pinelands Creative Dance Workshop Bele -the Legacy and Mark Burgess A Cha Cha Cha. They provided that relief that the human soul clamours for in the mayhem that defines human existence. (JS) Full story in tomorrow's SUNDAY SUN


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