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Theatre Review: Night Dances

Night Dances is a truly unique show set in an equally unique venue. It felt like being immersed in a fever dream, in the best way. With a combination of solo and group dances, both choreographed and freestyle, it was truly electric. The music accompanying the dancers was played live by three incredibly talented musicians and is reminiscent of Irish rave music. There was no spoken aspect of the performance, and no traditional storyline to follow as it was purely music and dancing, which is always a special type of show to watch. The range of dance style and performers was refreshing, you never knew what to expect from one performance to the next. 

Night Dances is a great late-night show to catch after a full day at the Fringe!

Night Dances | Dance, Physical Theatre and Circus | Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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