This is happening in Huddersfield on Friday and Saturday, and it looks really interesting. Get tickets here. Hannah can tell you why she thinks you should go see it:
"I was first made aware of the Men & Girls Dance project by dance artist Robbie Synge who had been involved in the research process. He told me about the project because I am currently developing my own work S/HE which started with a concern for men and the questions 'do men need feminism?' and 'does feminism need men?'. As soon as I heard about Men & Girls Dance I was 100% behind the project - when thinking about the notion of men and girls dancing together I noticed a tightening in my body - fear. This really saddened me and its exactly why this work feels vital, the simple act of bringing men and girls together is political, provocative and needed. I really wanted to connect with Fevered Sleep in some way so I emailed them expressing my joy that they were doing this project and they invited me to become a 'community catalyst' and help to spread the word about the upcoming performance in Huddersfield. I met Fevered Sleep associate artist Luke Pell recently and it as really interesting to hear about his experiences of the project. I can't wait to see the work live."