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Chhaya Collective presents: KHAOS & HYMNOS

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Chhaya Collective presents double bill, KHAOS & HYMNOS, featuring electrifying live music and dance.

Inspired by the Women’s March, Chhaya’s double bill centres around female empowerment and freedom of speech. The evening will feature Chhaya’s duet, HYMNOS and ensemble production, KHAOS, featuring six dancers and three live musicians. KHAOS celebrates what it is to be woman; drawing on ancient stories and oppressive archetypes to bring audiences of all ages a highly energetic, stirring and visceral dance performance that rejects order in favour of complexity and chaos. Expect evocative choreography that seems to compel you to dance in the aisles and out into the streets.

Book Now: themillartscentre.co.uk

The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury - 10 March

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