Dance show about a dystopian world coming to Burnham

PUBLISHED: 21:00 30 May 2018

Re-ACT Dance will perform Divide. Picture: Re-ACT Dance

Re-ACT Dance will perform Divide. Picture: Re-ACT Dance

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A dance performance set in a dystopian future will be shown in Burnham-on-Sea on Friday.

Re-ACT Dance will perform Divide at the Princess Theatre, in Princess Street, on Friday at 7.30pm.

The group specialise in ballet, tap and modern and have previously performed shows at the Somerset Fringe.

Divide tells the story of star-crossed lovers, the crux and zealous tribes.

Through the medium of dance, the show explores how people connect, thrive and fail in a world governed by social, political and cultural divide.

Audience members are warned the performance will contain flashing lights and loud noises.

Tickets, priced £8.50, are available at www.princesstheatreandartscentre.co.uk or on 01278 784464.

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