A Night's Game
Part of Dancing City
29 June 2019
Duration: 15 minutes
Type: Dance, Theatre
Twin sisters, Kristina and Sade Alleyne, are breaking new ground in dance by bringing together a diverse background of athleticism and contemporary dance. In a dynamic yet lyrical performance, A Night’s Game presents a striking fusion of Afro-Caribbean, hip hop, Indian classical dance, Latin and circus, resulting in truly exciting choreography.
A Night’s Game will be performed as part of Dancing City, London’s favourite outdoor dance event that showcases a dazzling array of performances from the UK and beyond in the parks, piazzas and public spaces of Canary Wharf.
Times and Locations
Jubilee Place Shopping Centre, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5NY
29th June at 2:15pm
29th June at 3:30pm
There is step-free access across Canary Wharf.
This will be marked with a flag or sign with limited seating – please ask a GDIF Volunteer if you’re not sure where to go.
A captioned and BSL-interpreted video about Dancing City will be available to watch on the website. Coming soon.
Large-print, easy read and audio versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day (apart from the audio guide, which will only be available online).
Blue badge parking and accessible toilets
Visit the Canary Wharf website for details of Blue Badge parking spaces and accessible toilet
Our photo route details the most accessible route between the nearest public transportation and performance locations. Download our photo route.
What to expect
Our what to expect guide might help you pick which shows to see, especially if members of your group have access needs.
- Speech free
- Kick back and relax
Where to find it
A Night’s Game will be performed in Jubilee Place Shopping Centre, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5NY.
About the show
Kristina and Sadé are co-artistic directors of Alleyne Dance based in London. Over the past five years they have built and developed the company, striving for high quality and excellence as they deliver their two main objectives; performance and education work. Alleyne Dance Workshops are taught internationally in over 18 countries through festivals, institutions, companies and venues.
Dancing City is supported by Canary Wharf Arts+Events and Without Walls.