Hora - by the Batsheva Dance Company, from Tel Aviv, had to be stopped three times after protests inside the Playhouse Theatre.and
Earlier about 100 people gathered to sing, demonstrate and burn tickets outside the theatre.
Batsheva is partly funded by the Israeli government.
they disrupted the dance three times but did not cause it to finish early. Up to 12 activists were ejected from the theatre after interrupting the dancers. About 150 people protested outside the venue, brandishing signs that read "don't dance with Israeli apartheid" and burning tickets. A counter-demonstration was held by the Zionist Federation. The Israel ambassador to Britain and Israeli minister Limor Livnat were in town to see the show.
Here's one group that could be targeted by human rights activists demanding full justice to 'honor-killings' victims, a halt to racial incitement, religious obscurantism, political dictatorship, lack of democratcy, elections, etc.
Al Zaytouna previewed Unto the Breach as a work in progress at Laban in June 2012. The full production will debut in London in November 2012. It is supported by a BBC Performing Arts Grant.
Leila Sukkar from Al Zaytouna has launched Cafe Palestine UK, a forum on Palestinian cuisine, culture and history. You can follow her on twitter @CafePalestineUK or find her on facebook.
And keep a watch out for Danadeesh who were at the Ramallah Contemporary Dance Festival earlier this year:
The annual Ramallah Contemporary Dance Festival officially begins on Thursday night. The opening performance will be given by the super sassy British troupe Ballet Boyz at the Ramallah Cultural Palace. This is the seventh year of the festival and marks the continued growth of the range and scope of its activities. This year, performances will be held in Nablus, Hebron, Jerusalem and Ramallah. Big names in this year’s program include Nawel Skandrani Dance Company of Tunisia, The Royal Flemish Theater, Suzanne Miller and Allan Paivio Productions and Francesco Scavetta.
Or events as these.
Except for the music, this reminds me of Israeli folkdanicng:
Demand Peace, Coexistence, Freedom of Expression, et al.