Critically acclaimed choreographer Richard Chappell presents his most ambitious work to date, Infinite Ways Home – a multisensory production that explores ritual, rave and human connection.
Performed by Chappell’s extraordinary ensemble of dancers, Infinite Ways Home features electronic music by award-winning experimental duo Larch alongside live violin by the critically acclaimed soloist Enyuan Khong.
Combining Chappell’s diverse choreographic language of ballet, contemporary dance and improvisation, Infinite Ways Home looks to redefine our sense of community and home in a mesmerising feast of colour and pulsating sound.
Age guidance: 7+
Duration: 60 minutes with no interval
Monday 14 March at 7.30pm
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All performances at Oxford Playhouse are now being sold to full capacity seating, in line with government and UK Theatre guidance. They recognise that some audience members may still feel uncomfortable attending a show at full capacity. Where possible, Oxford Playhouse will work with visiting producers to accommodate some socially distanced performances.