By Angus Hoy
Monday 03 Feb 2014 11:43:00
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There’s a treat in store for dance fans with a double bill at Middlesbrough Theatre on Monday, February 10.

The show starts at 7.30pm and features performances by the Southpaw Dance Company and MYSTERYSKIN.

Southpaw will present Riots, a fast-paced, energetic dance piece taking the audience to the heart of a riot through choreography and stunning design, inspired by recent social uprisings across the world.

MYSTERYSKIN will present their new work Road Postures which was originally commissioned as a research project by Chisenhale Dance Space and the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

The dancers researched and observed the local community, focusing on the contrasting ways in which people present themselves day-to-day and the way they move through public spaces.

Each company will also lead a workshop at a Middlesbrough school this week:

Southpaw Dance Company, Macmillan Academy, Tuesday February 4, 10am – 11am

MYSTERYSKIN, The King’s Academy, Thursday, February 6, 4pm – 6pm

Tickets for Monday’s performances are £6/£5 and are available from the Middlesbrough Theatre Box Office on 01642 81 51 81 or 01642 729 729 or book online at

Road postures


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