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On Order and Anarchy

Running time: 55 minutes Suitable for all With live music and dance, this new work by choreographer Colette Sadler in collaboration with four dancers and two musicians starts with the idea ‘Composition means to build an instrument’ by composer Helmut Lachenmann and presents the audience with an abstract game based on unstable logic and shaped by the performers relationships. This work is not about representing a social or political system but rather about people trying to 'do' something together, negotiating the space between individual freedom and communality. 'On Order & Anarchy' follows 'Musical' a previous collaboration between the artist and Viennese composer Noid, also presented at Lakeside during the 2011 Nottdance festival. Co-produced by Dance4 Nottingham. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Supported by Haupt Stadt Kultur Fonds Germany in collaboration with SophienSaele Berlin. Additional support from Choreographic Futures (DanceBase Edinburgh and the Workroom Glasgow funded). Nottdance returns as one of Europe's leading festivals, known for its innovative and entertaining programme and always with the question 'What can dance be?' For more information visit Ticket Deal - *BOOK FOR THREE NOTTDANCE EVENTS AT LAKESIDE AND GET THE THIRD HALF PRICE