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Boogie the night away at a dance party hosted by deaf artists

How do you move to a beat if you can't hear it? Deaf performer Anna Seymour has created a participatory dance party, and it looks like a whole lot of fun.

The party is inspired by the club scenes of San Francisco, Mexico, Cuba and Berlin and will run for 90 minutes. Seymour and fellow creators Bec Reid, DJ Callum Padgham, dancers Amanda Lever and Jon Clarke and deaf hosts Luke
King, Robbie Burrows and Tahlia Hais, send audiences spinning – literally.

There will be visual and tactile elements of the music and sound vibration design by Russell Goldsmith so help those who can't hear experience the music.

Seymour has worked with Ballet Lab and CAGE and has been dancing and choreographing for years. So get out your dancing shoes for a night of partying and whole new way of looking at music. 

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