Good News From The Future: What Leg Are We On?

7 Apr 2019

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11:00 – 17:00

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Wales, United Kingdom


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  • Canton Library
  • Ninian Park
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What Leg Are We On? breaks new ground. Its aim is to develop forms of improvised movement that are accompanied by, and that respond to, sensitive and stimulating musical soundtracks created live in an unpredictable free-style dialogue and single artistic composition.


What Leg Are We On? is presented by an experienced group who have come to know, trust and care for each other's physicality and who are able to create funny, moving, demanding, intimate and surprising patterns of choreographic activity. Performers rub shoulders and energies in an eccentric and exuberant combination of solos, duets and freewheeling group movements, gestures and entanglements – encountering, following, supporting, copying, mirroring, modelling, each other. In a style that is laced with effervescent humour and driven by a sense of fun…

From its very beginning, GNFTF has been committed to marrying music and movement. What Comes Next? (2015) – which was presented in Chapter at the Cardiff Dance Festival and in the Gwanwyn Festival at the Wales Millennium Centre – included recordings made on home-made instruments. In 2016, they participated in Tim Parkinson's experimental 'anti-opera' Time with People at From Now On Music Festival. And in 2017, the outfit created Museum Pieces: a suite of three choreographies designed to be performed in museums and galleries – including the National Museum Cardiff and the Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea – that echoed and challenged the art works around them, and that were accompanied by special-commissioned pre-recorded soundtracks by Sam Barnes, as part of a commitment to intergenerational collaboration.

Sam Barnes has written music for television series including Hinterland and Hidden and is also bass player with local band Boy Azooga.

The project is funded by an award from the Help Musicians UK Fusion Fund with support from Chapter.

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