We are excited to have a regular reviewer for the autumn season of ‘Thursday Night is Dance Night’. Dave Young is a creative artist, poet, composer and performer, he is pleased to be invited back to PDSW to do poetic reviews for this seasons Dance performances, following a good reception to his poetic responses at the Integrated Dance Summit in May. Here he reviews Theo Clinkard’s ‘Of land and Tongue’ and ‘Chalk’

Pavilion Dance South West-Thursday night is Dance Night

‘Chalk’ & ‘Of Land and Tongue’ By Theo Clinkard


A man stands on a Cliff top. White.

He goes in a Cave. Falling. Raining Rocks. Cliffs, chalk, high bones and sea. Music was made by vegetables. Things happening live but they carried on after, setting the scenes of performance in an interesting way.Wow. A park full of untranslatable things. Happenings in a world of delightful land.But it starts to rain on a girl, a woman in a misty frost scene and alone.A night Club.Dark, dancing in clumps of people who are on phones.The British Ignorance, Language and forgotten words.A lovely world you have made without the translation because,It’s not there.

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