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MÓTUS Dance Brings Hofesh Schecter Company to MK

MÓTUS Dance, the Milton Keynes based dance company is bringing the award-winning and world-renowned Hofesh Schecter Company to The Venue, MK.

Production: MÓTUS Dance

Date: 28th May 2022  

Place: The Venue, Fyfield Barrow, Walnut Tree, Milton Keynes MK7 7WH

Book Tickets: Hofesh Shechter Company

This incredible production promises to be a fantastic night’s entertainment. 

Hofesh Shechter OBE’s acclaimed choreography for Political Mother Unplugged brought Shechter II to international notice. The same programme now brings another group of exciting dancers to Milton Keynes with Contemporary Dance 2.0. This forms part of the company’s development and performance training programme for world-class young dancers.

There are ironic references to pop culture and a playful take on dance.

Contemporary Dance 2.0 combines Shechter’s signature ensemble work with an eclectic score of throbbing beats, pulsating hip hop, folk and Bach. It creates club-like euphoria both on stage and in the audience.

Hofesh Shechter Company

The Hofesh Shechter Company is the Resident Company at the Brighton Dome. Hofesh Shechter is an associate artist of Sadler’s Wells Theatre and Artist-in-Residence of Gauthier Dance (2021-2023). In 2018, he was awarded an honorary OBE for Services to Dance.

MÓTUS, aceagrams, Walton Community Council, The D’Oyly Carte, The Leche Trust, MK Community Foundation and Milton Keynes Council have made this performance possible.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see a unique dance company perform live in Milton Keynes.

To book:

Website: The Venue, MK

Group bookings are available at discounted rates (£8 per ticket for groups of 10 or more).

What the Press Says

The Times:

“The mighty contemporary choreographer – a combination of dance-maker and rock-star, but with film-director sensibilities.” 

New York Times:

“One of the British dance scene’s hottest properties, the creator of works that are full of raw, visceral energy, set to blasting percussive scores that he composes himself.” 

Daily Express

“There is no sitting in contemplation at a Shechter gig. For pure, heart-pounding excitement, there is simply no one to touch him.”