Under the artistic direction of its founders and performers Sarah Lewis and Laura McGill, Norwich-based Glass House Dance takes contemporary dance into the heart of the community with relatable and touching dance pieces in public places.
With its time-machine set and chequerboard dancefloor, Time Machine Disco is a century-hopping dance extravaganza with all the ingredients for a great afternoon or evening of entertainment in the outdoors:
What the funk has happened? Why are people not shaking their thang? Glass House Dance has asked their friendly DJ Dr Spin to help them with their mission to travel through dance and time to help us find our groove.
Glass House Dance‘s Time Machine Disco is a participatory performance on the street for people of all ages. With dance styles to suit all tastes, from dad dancers to disco divas, foot-tappers to old school ravers, it’s inclusive, fun and guaranteed to get the joint jumping.