Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd May at 7.30pm
The Church Hill Theatre, Edinburgh

Full Price – £15.00*
Concessions – £12.50* ( OAP & <15yrs)

ENIGMA - We are trapped in a mystery, wrapped in a riddle, locked in an enigma.

From the Latin word Aenigma meaning "riddle" derived itself from the Ancient Greek verbal noun αἴνιγμα (aínigma, “dark saying, speaking in riddles”).

Through dance we explore the literal to the obscure, uncovering mysteries and truths surrounding life's enigmas.

“We have now arrived at a stage in life so rich in new perceptions that cannot be transmitted to those at another stage - one feels at the same time full of so much gentleness and so much despair - the enigma of this life grows, grows, drowns one and crushes one, then all of a sudden in a supreme moment of light one becomes aware of the sacred." May Sarton, Journal of a Solitude

Sup Dhanasunthorn brings together guest choreographer Alejandro Martinez, with Alex Risbridger, John Burlington, Ashley Jack, Adam Mcmillan, and Jill Rennie to choreograph this powerful original work showcasing MGA’s Dance Course.

Join our 2nd & 3rd year full-time Dance students as they present this stunning Dance piece on 2nd and 3rd May 2018 at the Church Hill Theatre, Edinburgh. Perceptions will be challenged, the unthinkable confronted, and your soul... reborn.

​Guest Choreographer Alejandro Martinez

One of the most interesting dancer/teacher/choreographers in the UK, Alejandro has taught both nationally and internationally (Italy, Croatia, Spain, Portugal, Israel and L.A.) He trained in ballet and Jazz for 5 years in Spain before deciding to move to London to study different styles, like, Popping, Vogue, Dancehall and the 'Flight Mode Method' created by Rachel Kay. He continues to travel to L.A. for training.
He has performed in TV shows including Disney Channel, Commercials including Sky Arts, Music videos and movies including Take That and 'The Holiday'.
Alejandro is the director/choreographer/teacher of the AIM dance training intensives at Creation Box London, faculty teacher at Runway House and Studio68 London.
Alejandro presented his work at Move it, Collabo and Power House showcase bringing his unique fusion of Hip Hop foundations, Martial Arts and Jazz to create a bold and powerful work of art.

This performance has non-allocated seating. Tickets can be collected at the theatre 30 minutes before the performance. Tickets are non-refundable.