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.

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