The Non Applicables invite you to an XXXL night on Friday 11th July 2014 at Fruit on Humber Street in Hull. The dance artists Sian Myers and Fenella Ryan, are known for their crossover work that comments on contemporary culture and societies' trends as they say 'in a straight-talking and humourous way'.
Since forming in 2011, Non Applicables have showcased work at Danza!; competed in Hull Dance Prize and entertained festival-goers at Freedom 2013.
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The new show XXXL is all about the obsession we and the media has with body image and food: what we feed upon and what it says about us.
'Be prepared to ingest XL portions of dance, text and funny food anecdotes.':Non Applicables
The independent dance duo rose to prominence after they created and performed a dance show about modern-day dating and relationships. Television was their next target with a well-aimed satirical look at the world of TV game shows that had audiences in fits of laughter.
'As Non Applicables, Larkin25 award recipients Sian Myers and Fenella Ryan have built a reputation for challenging audiences with their dynamic dance productions'
: Elaine Burke Independent Arts Consultant and Chair of Larkin25 Arts Awards Committee
XXXL by Non Applicables supported by Hull City Council and Larkin25 Arts Award
Admission: Free. Doors open at 7pm : Show Starts: 7:30pm
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