Time Machine Disco

Two females dressed with hoodies sanding behind a time machine prop

Time Machine Disco

By Glass House Dance

Buttercross (next to Mansfield Central Library)
12pm & 2.30pm (each disco lasts 1 hour – come and go as you like)
Wheelchair accessible

A Century-Hoppin’ Dance Extravaganza for the street.

Foot-tappers, dad dancers, disco divas, jumping jivers, old school ravers & shake-your-money-makers – come and join the Time Machine Disco to save the future of dance.

A clubbing journey through the ages, Time Machine Disco is a participatory performance where you can release your inner rebel, become a performer and take over your street as your community comes together in a joyful celebration.

About Glass House Dance

Glass House Dance was set up by Sarah Lewis and Laura McGill to take the high art of contemporary dance into the heart of the community.

They create essentially human, touching dance pieces with wide appeal for performance in public spaces. Glass House Dance offers opportunity. People of all ages are invited to experience dance, working with professionals in a process of intergenerational collaboration, exploration and play. It is a shared route, a journey to celebrate the commonality of being human. Everybody carries a story within and the beauty and challenge of Glass House Dance is to set those stories in motion.

Laura McGill and Sarah Lewis are visionary dance artists, choreographers and teachers. They have worked with all ages in schools and the community, sharing experience, inspired by the rich complexities of being human.


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