W-Hat About? – Fuora Dance Project

W-Hat About? is a brand-new children’s dance-theatre performance by the enchanting dancers of Fuora Dance Project celebrating grandparents who help us to grow up, teaching us to be brave when life is difficult, helping us to fight our fears and destroy the barriers between others and ourselves.

The performance is an interactive celebration of the importance of intergenerational family ties enriched by a humorous take on the combination of Italian and Scottish cultures. Audiences can learn words in Italian subtly exploring the moral content of the importance of commitment as well as learning from our mistakes in order to grow.

This international tour starts with a free performance at Kingsford School, Aberdeen on 2nd December. See more information here.


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