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Rainbow Vomit

A humorous and provocative hour-long dance work for family audiences made to be viewed through kaleidoscopic glasses.

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Company: Dancenorth
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Rainbow Vomit

Date: 14 May 2018

Created by Amber Haines and Kyle Page of Dancenorth, an immersive, humorous and provocative hour-long work for six dancers where light and sound collide and from which strange creatures emerge.

Audience members are invited to watch the performance through their own pair of kaleidoscopic glasses. These magical glasses are made using holographic diffraction film, which refracts light into all colours of the spectrum, generating a myriad of rainbows.

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