Baby
  • London Fringe

I was born to two of the most clueless parents. What they knew about parenting they learnt from a David Bowie song. This is the story of my arrival into a world of giant teddy bears, music box ballerinas, pop music and dance. BABY is a dance theatre performance inspired by the choreographer's experience of the birth of her son, Dylan in August 2015 and tells the story of that birth. The show contains personal material from the artist's life. The show is both tender and comic. It focuses on the relationships between women of different generations in the birth and bringing up of Baby.

A toe-tapping playlist of pop music takes us on a journey through pregnancy, motherhood and love. Baby is a 30-minute dance performance inspired by the birth of Rhiannon's son and it is followed by an on-stage disco for all the family.

All ages welcome. Recommended for children aged 3+ (and their parents). Babes in arms (and slings) most welcome!

inventive, purposeful capsule of comedic dance theatre.."

Graham Watts - Resolution Review

"Certainly unlike any other piece I've seen... Brace has created a piece that connects performers from a variety of ages and experiences to an equally diverse audience"

William Bridgland - Resolution Review

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