Performers will turn secrets into dance routines

15:19 13 November 2012

The show will premiere at the Victoria and Albert Museum

The show will premiere at the Victoria and Albert Museum

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A dance show which is based on ‘secrets’ donated by Londoners will take place at the Victoria and Albert Museum next month.

The IJAD Dance Company will premiere an extract from Infinite as part of the Nour Festival - a celebration of Middle Eastern and North African art.

Its brand new work takes more than 100 secrets contributed by people via an online link and turns them into performances.

In-Finite uses a myriad dance styles from Arabic dance, to neo-classical, physical, and contemporary. It is supported by the Arts Council.

The performance takes place between 6.30pm and 10.30pm on November 30.

For more information and to donate your ‘secret’, visit http://ijaddancecompany.com/project/infinite or visit www.ijaddancecompany.com

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