She mixes dance with theatre, live music and other art forms to engage little ones and their parents alike with fun and fanciful shows.
It’s promoted as a satisfyingly simple performance about having fun, facing up to challenges and being there for each other. Ultimately, the two dancers will realise that the most fun is to be found when they combine forces.
KoKERS' concept and choreography are by Gonnelli, who has set the moves to music composed by her long-time collaborator Wiebe Gotink.
After the performance, the children in the audience will be invited onstage to investigate the props, which are so simple that they could be recreated at home.
KoKERS is being presented at The Place as part of this year’s Dance Umbrella, London’s leading international dance festival. We predict it will go down well with youngsters and the young-at-heart.
Age Guidance: 3+
|What||Dadodans, KoKERS, The Place|
|Where||The Place, 17 Duke's Road, London, WC1H 9PY | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Euston (underground)|
On 06 Oct 18, 10:30 and 14:00 Dur.: TBC
|Price||£10 (concessions £8, under 1s free)|
|Website||Click here to book via The Place|