Other performances

The have been a host of other performances surrounding the main evening at Bowes. From earlier 'sharing and devising' events to educational work with a local school, The Two Fridas was a rich and varied journey for artists and audiences alike...

Photo: Harley Winstanley

At Easingwold Library, BSDC dancers worked on devising aspects of The Two Fridas in the open air with a local audience present. It was the first time for a while that the dancers had been able to perform in front of a live audience – an exciting moment and one that moved the piece considerably closer to the the finished show...

Photos: Harley Winstanley

Photo: Harley Winstanley

A performance in the private gardens of one of Billingham Festival's supporters was also an opportunity for the dancers to refine the themes of The Two Fridas...

Photo: DMC Images

Photo: DMC Images

Photo: DMC Images

... and in Billingham town centre, young dancers from a local ice skating group joined BSDC for an open air performance on Billingham Bandstand...

Photo: Doug Moody

Photos: Doug Moody

The dancers were painted live on stage by artist Ruth Dyer ...

Photos: Doug Moody

Photo: Malcolm Johnson

Photo: Shirley Wells

Photo: Shirley Wells

Photo: Len Jewett

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The canvas

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No time to wait

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The jigsaw

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World première

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