The four dancers in We Touch, We Play, We Dance weave around the space, inviting children to join them in a warm hearted and playful performance.
With music mixed live by a DJ, the dancers respond to the children, guiding them through a series of exchanges and encounters, with high fives, hugs and dancing.
Created by Second Hand Dance, We Touch, We Play, We Dance is a mesmerising, engaging and fun performance for neurodivergent children. It’s a show filled with surprises and joys where you and your child can listen and watch or let loose and join in, either way, you'll have a wonderful time.
“Watching other bodies move makes something move inside you” Exeunt Magazine
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Photos: Zoe Manders
Commissioned by The Place, Pavilion Dance South West and supported by The Egg, Gulbenkian, Bath Spa University and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Research and development of Touch was supported by Polka Theatre, developed through the Hopper Early Years scheme with the support of Take Art, Surrey Arts, China Plate, Arts Partnership Surrey, and Paul Hamlyn Foundation.