DEVON-based choreographer Richard Chappell and his dance company are touring a new full-length work, Infinite Ways Home, coming to Salisbury Playhouse on 31st May and Exeter Northcott on 3rd June.
Described by The Guardian as “… a choreographer to watch,” Infinite Ways Home is Chappell’s first full-length production for a mid-scale stage The work features six performers exploring their perceptions of reality through other-worldly experiences, connecting ideas of Celtic traditions of ritual with modern day experiences of rave culture.
Combining Chappell’s diverse choreographic language of ballet, contemporary dance and improvisation, this multisensory production looks to redefine our sense of community, connectivity and home.
The score includes music from Cardiff based electronic duo Larch (Matthew Allmark and Kai Hellstrom), alongside live violin by Enyuan Khong.
Based in Exeter, Richard Chappell Dance has been making high quality interdisciplinary dance since 2013 and bringing dance to people across South West England and beyond, as well as internationally to Singapore, Germany and Israel.
Infinite Ways Home will be performed at Salisbury Playhouse on 31st May and at the Northcott in Exeter on 3rd June.