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Step in to see unique acts Bodysurf Scotland, Universal Hall, Findhorn, Moray, April 13 FOR the past decade, Bodysurf Scotland have drawn thousands of people together to share their enthusiasm and fascination for dance and movement.

And on April 13, Bodysurf are bringing two seminal UK dance performance artists to Findhorn for a unique double header.

This one-off programme includes Wendy Houstoun's 50 Acts, a spirited retaliation against ageism.

A UK-based movement/theatre artist, she is committed to finding new forms to address her themes.

The second performance, Survival Tactics, is a 55-minute solo live work with Liz Aggiss who morphs from a glamorous blonde bombshell in high heels to a pigeon-toed oddball in big pants. In the show, she upturns the usual perception of the female stage body on its head.

Aggiss's eclectic work borrows from a range of performance styles.

Existing on both stage and screen, it blurs the boundaries between high art and popular culture.

Tickets: one performance, PS10/PS8 or for two, PS15/PS12. For more info, visit www.bodysurfscotland.co.uk

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
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Date:Apr 5, 2013
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