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Audio Described Performance of Hip Hop World Premiere

The Olivier award-winning dance theatre company Boy Blue is back on a London stage with a world premiere that celebrates change and the beauty of perpetual motion.

‘Cycles’ is movement at its most fluid, distilled and skilled. Resolute and unapologetic, Boy Blue's latest production is a tenacious exploration of hip hop dance in all its forms.


There will be an Audio Described performance of ‘Cycles’ at the Barbican Theatre on Thursday (May 2) at 7.45pm, with a Touch Tour at 6.30pm.


Experience the connection between the movement on stage and the rhythm, groove and bounce of the music, as nine powerful dancers fill the space in what feels like unending motion.

Founded by Michael ‘Mikey J’ Asante and Kenrick ‘H2O’ Sandy, the company has earned critical acclaim and Olivier Award nominations for their work. They have wowed audiences from New York to Taiwan and recently co-created the smash hit Free Your Mind in Manchester.

‘Cycles’ runs from April 30 – May 4. To book tickets go to and for further information on Boy Blue




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