WATCH: Preston Mayor visits DanceSyndrome members ahead of their Fringe performance

Members of DanceSyndrome were delighted to give The Mayor of Preston a sneak preview of two of their new performances ahead of Edinburgh Fringe.

Friday, 27th July 2018, 1:26 pm
Updated Friday, 27th July 2018, 2:42 pm
The Mayor of Preston with members of DanceSyndrome

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A total of 15 disabled and non-disabled dancers will be performing at the Fringe next month.

Sarah Calderbank, DanceSyndrome, project co-ordinator, said: “The Mayor was lovely and gave a very moving speech to the dancers. We are excited about performing at Edinburgh Fringe again. We will be performing a new piece developed by our own dancers and choreographers. Lit aDrift explores the way a man uses light to guide himself to destinations of reflection and connection.”

The Mayor of Preston with members of DanceSyndrome
Members of DanceSyndrome
Members of DanceSyndrome
Members of DanceSyndrome