Celebrating its 25th anniversary year, SDT is delighted to perform in Findhorn Celebrating it's 25th year, Scottish Dance Theatre comes to Findhorn for the first time performing Lay Me Down Safe by Kate Weare with a series of duets from the company repertoire. Lay Me Down Safe is an exploration into our human inexperience at reckoning with desire and loss. The movement is sensuous and arresting with moments of real tenderness. With an eclectic soundtrack from artists such as Nouvelle Vague, Leonard Cohen and Phillip Glass, Lay Me Down Safe asks if desire, the experience we follow like a moth to light – ultimately keeps us safe from harm, or places us right in harms way. With the clarity of movement of a Loonie Tunes, Sylvester and Tweety-Pie cartoon and the frill anddelicacy of the Baroque A Little Shadery by Sally Owen is a simple study of friendship. Through the prism of a disintegrating relationship, Dreamt for Light Years by Joan Clevillé explores the nature of change as a motor in our lives. The Long and the Short of it, a gem of a duet choreographed by SDT's Dance Agent for Change, Caroline Bowditch and Tom Pritchard, is upbeat and sexy, whilst unpacking some big ideas. Revelator by Ruth Janssen is a piece about how relationships change and transform throughout a lifetime.
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