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Defying Gravity - Dance Sessions

Date:

Saturday, 27th Jun 2015 11:30am - 3:30pm

Location:

Royal Air Force Museum
RAF Museum London
Grahame, Park Way
London
NW9 5LL

Price:

Free Entry

To celebrate the display of Defying Gravity in our First World War in the Air exhibition we will be holding live dance performances in the Grahame-White Factory by graduating Middlesex University Dance Students on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June.

To celebrate the display of Defying Gravity in our First World War in the Air exhibition we will be holding live dance performances in the Grahame-White Factory by graduating Middlesex University Dance Students on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June. Timings for each piece are given below. Each dance performance is free for the public to view.

The piece that will be performed during the course of the weekend is:

In your letter you ask why I touch wood?
Choreographed by Christina Binney
Performed by Toni Elwin

A piece of choreography in response to a letter written by Air Vice-Marshal Arthur Stanley Gould Lee, regarding his diminishing faith in religion during the First World War. How can anybody who had to fight believe in God?

This takes place by the Sopwith Triplane
On Saturday 27 and on Sunday 28 at 11:30 am, 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm

Our First World War in the Air programme of events is supported by BAE Systems and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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