In the four years since it was founded by dancer-choreographers Magdalena Mannion, Noemí Luz and Yinka Esi Graves, home-grown contemporary flamenco company Dotdotdot Dance has quickly earned a reputation for top-notch artistry and jaw-dropping virtuosity.

With a British, female perspective that reflects the world, their mission is to generate flamenco that bridges the gap between the traditional forms and contemporary dance. Their first production No Frills toured the UK extensively, featured at Flamencos y Mestizos Festival 2015, Madrid and won the Buxton Fringe Dance Award two years running. Two years’ ago, Dotdotdot was invited by Sadler’s Wells to curate a Wild Card Evening for the Lilian Baylis Studio, presenting three works in progress in collaboration with three artists of different genres. Out of this they began creating In Body, a contrasting triple bill which has been showcased at Sampled 2017 at Sadler’s Wells and The Lowry and will tour in autumn 2019.

“intelligent, refreshing and compelling to watch …. their unravelling of flamenco will appeal to everyone”

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