Performance & Dance
Contemporary Dance

Bisakha Sarker Live and in Conversation

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Hear from Bisakha Sarker, the choreographer and performer behind dementia-friendly dance pieces, in an evening of music, poetry, conversation and dance.

Bisakha Sarker is an independent artist and the Artistic Director of Chaturangan Indian Dance.

She has produced and delivered several pieces, experiences and workshops for people living with dementias and believes culturally diverse dance to be an integral part of the social and cultural fabric of 21st century British culture.

Through her work, Sarker continues the search for a style which embraces the demands of a body changing with time.

In this event, she presents a programme of informal dance pieces with live and recorded music, poetry and conversation.

After the programme, there is a Q&A session.

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Queen Elizabeth Hall


Free, but ticketed