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Wriggle Dance Theatre presents The Colour of Me at The Half Moon
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Wriggle Dance Theatre presents The Colour of Me at The Half Moon
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Wriggle Dance Theatre presents The Colour of Me at The Half Moon

Explore the colourful world of emotion and join Wriggle Dance Theatre as they question the relationship between colour and emotion.

7 January 2017 | Visit website | Book tickets

Join Wriggle Dance Theatre in a magical world of colour. Feel the excitement of the deep blue sea, experience the green peacefulness of nature, and bravely go where no child has ever been… inside an orange? But watch out, as red can be very cross! Experience the beautiful rainbow of emotions that lives inside each and every one of us. With live music and projection this interactive dance performance promises to delight, tickle and inspire young audiences.
 
Wriggle Dance Theatre's The Colour of Me will take place on 7th January 2017 at The Half Moon. For more information see their website.

Half Moon Theatre , 43 White Horse Road , London E1 0ND

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