Freddie Opoku-Addaie is a British-born choreographer, performer and educator of Ghanaian heritage. He juxtaposes instinctive movement, ritualistic folk practices, structured choreography, with rules and parameters of gaming.
‘an imaginative, lateral-thinking dance-maker’ - The Observer
The results are viscerally affecting dance pieces which explore universal notions of the group, the individual and the outsider. Show of Hands and Unplugged Bodies (Phase 1) are his current touring works.