INFUSION, NO SOUND NO MOVEMENT

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INFUSION, NO SOUND NO MOVEMENT


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

11 March 2018

Event Type

Live Event

PARRAMASALA 2018 presents

INFUSION, NO SOUND NO MOVEMENT by LUCKY LARETY

Infusion, No Sound No Movement is a rhythmic assault on the senses, a collaboration of world music and dance, drawing on ancient rhythms and contemporary and traditional West African dance.

Lucky Larety and the Jamestown Collective bring audiences an original composition and choreography inspired by traditional African rhythms with new urban beats and contemporary dance. Presenting their own unique exploration of bringing ancient West African rhythms to life through percussion and dance, Infusion, No Sound No Movement looks at ways to reinvent rhythm in a contemporary setting, using ritual, games and everyday music and sounds from life in Ghana to inspire a rich musical and dance landscape.

Dates & Times:
Sunday 11 March at 3pm

MASALA PACKAGE | $55
Click on the special link to book tickets to MASALA NIGHTS plus any 1 of the Parramasala 2018 Dance performances and save
Performances include; Infusion, Simply Tarab, Bharata Natyam, Forge or Folly & Time  

FESTIVAL PASS | $75
Click on the special link to book your FESTIVAL PASS to MASALA NIGHTS plus any 2 of the Parramasala 2018 Dance performances and save
Performances include; Infusion, Simply Tarab, Bharata Natyam, Forge or Folly & Time

Ticket Options

Adult $30
Concession $22
Child (under 16) $22
Full Time Student $22
Masala Nights Package $55
Festival Pass $75
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60

Duration

60min (no interval)


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