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Scottish Dance Theatre Looping Brian Hartley

Looping: Scotland Overdub by 7Oito

A Brazilian street-festival inspired ceilidh with a distinctively Scottish edge. 

LOOPING is a Brazilian street festival inspired ceilidh, re-imagined from the hit show Looping: Bahia Overdub by Felipe de Assis, Leonardo França and Rita Aquino (7Oito).

With text produced in collaboration with acclaimed writer Kieran Hurley and featuring a fresh electronic dance score mixed live by Torben Lars Sylvest, costumes by Alison Brown and Timorous Beasties, and lighting by Emma Jones, Looping: Scotland Overdub celebrates the cultures and heritages of Brazil and Scotland in a political dance party.

Suitable for all ages.

Looping: Scotland Overdub is an immersive performance experience with occasional loud music, flashing lights and the audience is free to move. There is no fixed seating. Please let us know in advance if you have any accessibility needs or if standing or walking for an hour is difficult for you. We are here to help make your experience comfortable.

Looping: Scotland Overdub premiered to audiences in Wick, Mull and Dundee in summer 2018. In each location, our company of dancers embarked on an artistic residency with a local community cast, culminating in a final performance for all to see.

Choreography Felipe de Assis, Leonardo França and Rita Aquino (7Oito)
Lighting Emma Jones
Costume Alison Brown with fabric supplied by Timorous Beasties
Text produced in collaboration with Kieran Hurley Click here to download the script
Photography Brian Hartley
Music JD Twitch and Torben Lars Sylvest
Rehearsal Director Naomi Murray
Trailer by Bonnie Brae Film bonniebrae.co.uk (to view the trailer press play at the top of the page)

Audience and participant feedback
"Loved the workshop and especially the performance!" Residency participant 
"I am not a dancer, but I have never felt so empowered than during Looping: Scotland Overdub. I was so proud of myself for overcoming any doubts I had and taking part." Rob, audience member