SPRING BITES by MÓTUS
Saturday, March 14th
MÓTUS are delighted to be introducing our SPRING BITES programme to you for the very first time in 2020. With no regular funding house for dance in Milton Keynes - MÓTUS, a non-regularly funded charity - has made it our ambition tp bridge this gap by bringing to Milton Keynes, some of the highest quality dance from both the national and international circuit: providing the very best in variety and opportunity within both theatrical and unusual alongside very public settings.
Free, live professional performances in Middleton Hall of the centre:mk from companies such as Company Chameleon and Joli Vyann - athletic, daring and awe-inspiring.
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Middleton Hall, Centre:mk
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