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ONE tour ends in praise… 

The 2018 tour of ONE came to an end last week at Luton Library Theatre to overwhelming praise  

 

WHAT OUR AUDIENCES SAID 
“Hypnotic”  "mesmerising" 

"..thank you for another utterly stunning performance ..evoked so many emotions" 

Hum In My Heart project workshops..

The company is soon reaching its first stage of workshops for the project exploring mental health.  Workshoping in Woking, Birmingham and Luton, Amina will start developing narratives for the new  work to premiere as Part 1 in Woking in April 2019. 

Collaboration with Belen Maya / Me Vuelves Lorca Festival

 

This weekend the company journeys deep into Lorca’s mountains of Andalusia to begin an exciting and ambitious collaboration exploring kathak’s connection with roma/flamenco for the Me Vuelves Lorca Festival.  

Amina Khayyam will lead her company of musicians…

Delighted and proud to receive Feminist Review Trust funding

We are delighted and proud to be awarded funding from the Feminist Review Trust for a workshop programme of a new project – ‘The Hum In My Heart’ - exploring mental health amongst south Asian women particularly from the Pakistani…

ONE summer dates

Following recovery from shoulder surgery Amina Khayyam is back on the road for a short stint of dates of her intimate piece ONE which also sees a unique and exciting collaboration of Kathak and Roma/Flamenco with acclaimed artist Belen Maya this…

A NEW REWORKING OF ONE

Sensitised by the global refugee issue, Amina Khayyam returns to the fundamental principle of Indian philosophy and classical arts of the cyclic phenomenon, where there is no beginning nor an end, to propose that we are all but refugees…

A THOUSAND FACES RETURNS FOR AUTUMN 2017 DATES /NETHERLANDS /UK

Following fast on the heels of Sluts success at Edfringe 2017, AKDC hits the road for a mini-tour of  A Thousand Faces in Netherlands and UK

Featuring Amina Khayyam using ang abhinaya ,  A THOUSAND FACES is a bold dance-theatre that…

PRAISE FOR SLUT @EDFRINGE 2017

AKDC wrapped up Slut at Edinburgh Festival Fringe leaving deep impactful responses from both audience & professional – 

"It was so good to see a dance piece that tackles serious issues and does it so beautifully combining traditional Kathak

AKDC returns to EDFRINGE

Aiming to continue to build our profile at Edfringe, AKDC returns with a bold new dance-theatre piece SLUT. 

Slut is an ongoing development of kathak’s ang abhinaya by Amina Khayyam in which she steps up the collaboration with physical…