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  • Chris O'Reilly

Yellow Jacket Collective heads for Colchester Fringe

Gothenburg Fringe and KulturUngdom have worked together with Yellow Jacket Collective to send their latest show to Colchester Fringe Festival this week.

The contemporary dance company performed at last year’s Gothenburg Fringe and will travel to the UK to perform their latest work BLUE – Turning Tide on 21 and 22 October.

We have been collaborating with KulturUngdom for the past two years, working to create opportunities both at home and abroad for emerging artists based in Västra Götaland.

Sea, sky, dreams and melancholia. BLUE - Turning Tide takes us on a journey through a bodily exploration of the colour blue. The broad colour opens up a limitless landscape for the two dancers to navigate. In BLUE - Turning Tide associations and references to the colour blend together creating a unique universe where lyric imagery unfolds.

Rannhvi Mebius Jormin and Amélie Roch, co-founders of Yellow Jacket Collective, say they are thrilled to present their work in the UK. They have arrived in Colchester and are preparing for this weekend’s performances. BLUE - Turning Tide is the second chapter in a series of dance shows around the three primary colours, having presented Yellow – We’re Halfway There at Gothenburg Fringe 2022.

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