It will come later – a dance performance

By on March 26, 2019
Katarzyna Machniewicz

The dance company IlDance will visit the Dance Museum with the dance performance It will come later on 28-29 March. It will come later is a stripped-down but challenging work that pushes the boundaries. Six bodies struggling, pulls away and drawn to each other in an endless change.

The work is created by and performed by: Eddie Ladd, Imre Vass, Joseph Lee, Lee Brummer, Mui Cheuk Yin and Weronika Pelczynska.

IlDance is an international and independent dance company in contemporary dance. The company was founded in 2012 by its current artistic leader Israel Aloni and Lee Brummer and is based in Gothenburg.

The company performes both own, contemporary dance productions and works with external international choreographers. They also collaborate on various projects with the aim of increasing and stimulating the visibility of contemporary dance. An ongoing and recurring project includes iCoDaCo – an international contemporary Dance collective.

It will come later is a dance performance that is played at the Dance Museum on Thursday 28 March and Friday 29 March at 19.00.
Price: regular SEK 220, pensioner / student SEK 150.
Address: Drottninggatan 17.

Tickets are available for purchase at Dansmuseet’s store or at

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