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MDI Round Off Their 21st Anniversary Year With Bend Down Low!

TAKING place at The Florrie in Toxteth at 7pm on Saturday 21st November the evening looks set to be a fitting finale for what has been a wonderful year of celebrations for the organisation.

MDI has been committed to supporting African and Caribbean dance in traditional and contemporary forms since the organisation began 21 years ago and they have a long history of working with communities from the African Diaspora both directly and indirectly.

HOP-mdi-florrie-5975Featuring performances from Chance 2 Dance (lead by Francis Angol) who are travelling from London to perform at the event, MDI’s Riddim and Roots, 50 Moves and Tappers and Growing Older (Dis)Gracefully, Movema Unlock the Box and Afro Fusion groups amongst others, Bend Down Low intends to highlight the rich and diverse APD work that has been cultivated in the region.

Maxine Brown – Community Dance Artist for APD said: “The social and historical significance of African music and dance brings communities together to celebrate a rich and vibrant culture. Now in its sixth year Bend Down Low has harvested together performers from across the UK to perform here in Liverpool”

The evening will also feature ADAD’s Open Stage event. Open Stage is ADAD’s regular informal platform for work in progress. We invite artists working with dance of the African Diaspora to present their work in a studio setting to a small audience. The aim of the event is to provide a safe, supportive environment for artists to test out new ideas. The platform is open to artists at any stage of their career, but is particularly useful for emerging choreographers.

Lisa Nkrumah-Mweu of ADAD said: “ADAD are very excited to be working in partnership with MDI and Movema to bring Open Stage to Liverpool, and provide a platform for dance makers to perform new work and receive insightful, constructive feedback from an invited panel and audience”

Tickets for the event are priced at £5.00 and can be purchased on the door.

Show starts 7pm

ADAD open stage: 5-6pm

Venue: The Florrie, 377 Mill St, Liverpool, Merseyside L8 4RF




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