FAR FROM THE NORM

H.O.H.
Sat 20 MAY. 1pm & 3.30pm

 
C. Mayra Gurzman

Company:

Far from the Norm

Duration:

About 30 minutes

Supported by:
Without Walls

H.O.H is an interactive, immersive dance piece that is centred on the nation’s favourite sport, football, tackling socio-political issues that affect our everyday life. The concept of football - the athleticism, the skill, the flamboyant characters -  is used as a way of communicating with the audience wider issues that are happening in modern society.

H.O.H explores the connection of multi-cultural British people and football, creating a frenzied public disorder as these characters' voices and stories are exposed.

Far From The Norm
Established in May 2009, Far From The Norm was founded by artistic director Botis Seva and is a collective of dance artists renowned for experimenting with hip hop form whilst tackling socio-political concerns. Far From The Norm’s work portfolio crosses theatre performances, outdoor spectacles and immersive experiences that are renowned for challenging yet inspiring their audiences. Far From The Norm have performed nationally and internationally
at festivals/venues such as VAULT Festival, Breakin’ Convention, The Place and Sadlers Wells.