WORLD PREMIERE PERFORMANCES
DeNada Dance Theatre presents Spanish choreographer Carlos Pons Guerra’s TORO, a new, gender questioning, Hispanic take on the fairy tale Beauty and the Beast, boldly dealing with the eroticism of the story.
Set in a circus sideshow of a dystopian South America, in a heady world of conquistadors, female bulls, virgin lands and animals in drag, TORO is a darkly comic and the melodramatic tragedy about the monsters men create through power, fear and oppression.
DeNada Dance Theatre is a UK Critics’ Circle National Dance Award Nominee in the category of ‘Best Independent Company’.
TORO Exhibition: BCU illustration students invite you to enjoy a pop-up exhibition of ‘work in progress’ made in response to DeNada Dance Theatre’s three-week residency at dx. The exhibition will be open from 22-23 March in Thorp Street reception, Birmingham Hippodrome before both TORO performances.
Toro: Beauty and the Bull is commissioned by DanceXchange, supported by Arts Council England and produced by Spin Arts.
Under 25: Special ticket price of £8. Limited availability per show. You will be asked to prove eligibility on entry.
Group Offer: Groups of 8+ £8 tickets. Offer only available via telephone and cannot be used in conjunction with other offers.
Standard Concessions: Under 16’s, full-time students, those registered disabled, over 60’s and those on job seekers or income support.
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Ways to pay /
In person: Box Office, Birmingham Hippodrome, Hurst Street, Southside, Birmingham, B5 4T
Telephone: 0844 338 5000 (calls cost from 5p per min. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm on Birmingham Hippodrome performance days and 10am-6pm on non-performance days. Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays)
Payment: We accept most major credit and debit cards. Cheques should be made payable to Birmingham Hippodrome.