A hard-hitting new dance theatre show from State of Emergency performance and production company tours the UK from January 2014. Boldly exploring themes of love, sex and consent, Love&Sex examines the emotions, pressures and comedy of sexual relationships through dance and music.
Love&Sex is a collaboration between State of Emergency, choreographers Colin Poole and Alesandra Seutin, and Grammy-nominated composer Steve Marshall. Exposing myths and challenging preconceptions, Love&Sex has been created to entertain and inform without judgement. The show is targeted at young people but is accessible to all.
Sexuality, peer pressure, emotions and the influences of social media are all in the mix and the show has been developed in partnership with Brook (The UK’s leading provider of sexual health services and advice for young people under 25), Z Arts, Manchester, The Station, Bristol and the University of Durham.
The show tours with a specially devised workshops programme, plus ‘Youth Ambassadors’ which are young people specially trained in dance and the issues raised to engage the audiences with after show talks.
Love & Sex is at the Z Arts in Manchester on 17th January