Breaking Tradition, the UK’s leading folk and hip hop dance company come together with award-winning folk powerhouse ‘The Demon Barbers’ to invite families, gamers and live music & dance lovers of all ages on an unforgettable adventure in their welcome return on 25th September 2018 to the Palace Theatre in Paignton.
Damien Barber, Artistic Director of Breaking Tradition and front man of The Demon Barbers says: “We’re all excited to have produced a new dance show specifically aimed at a younger generation which incorporates traditional folk customs into the digital world. And we were delighted by the fantastic reaction to the premiere QUEST from audiences in our new home at Kala Sangam, Bradford in May.”
Written by award-winning writer and actor Stacey Sampson, QUEST fuses Morris, clog and sword dance with popping, locking, breaking and martial arts to the beat of new songs and traditional melodies with an electronic edge bring to life the story of Kai’s search for his missing sister which draws him in the extraordinary computer game…FOREVER QUEST.
Tickets: Tuesday 25 September 2018, 7.30pm
Adults £14, seniors £10, students/U18s £7
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Breaking Tradition is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
Special Thanks to Both Kala Sangam and Lawrence Batley Theatre for their support in the making of QUEST.
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