Men & Girls Dance at Tate Britain is a performance with nine girls who dance for fun and five male professional dancers. Interaction between children and adults is part of everyone’s experience and daily life, but can be subject to assumptions and stereotypes. This work offers an alternative perspective, a celebration of friendship and positive relationships.
Men & Girls Dance at Tate Britain is part of a free families summer holiday celebration of dance.
Men & Girls Dance at Tate Britain is by performance company Fevered Sleep and presented by Tate London’s Early Years and Families Programme
While you’re here, visit Dancing Stories in the Millbank Studio to share your favourite memories of dancing and listen to others.
Watch a film produced by Fevered Sleep for Men & Girls dance at Tate Britain.