Remix go for Gold at Unlimited Tweet
posted on: 15 September 2014, posted by: Unlimited Team
Diverse City’s semi professional youth Company Remix Gold developed the performance ‘Touched’ about the importance of human contact. This premiered on 5th September 2014 under the Hungerford Bridge at Southbank Centre’s Unlimited Festival . Remix Gold are an integrated company of young performers with and without disabilities, dedicated to making their work accessible through the incorporation of audio description and British Sign Language interpretation. The company performed against an aerial set up using a mixture of dance, theatre and circus.There were three performances over the course of the day. It was an exciting and dynamic piece with the whole cast whizzing around to a great sound track, including The Buzzcock’s ‘Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone you Shouldn’t Have). Many people gathered to watch the show and showed their appreciation with a massive cheer and round of applause.
Review by Amy Powell, Unlimited Intern
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