Bonded - FREE ticketed event

Part of Wiltshire Creative's City Encounters supported by Without Walls Ayllene Dance present
30 - 31 May 2021 Guildhall Square, Salisbury, SP1 1JH
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Ayllene Dance present


Guildhall Square, Salisbury, SP1 1JH
Sunday 30 May 2021 & Monday 31 May 2021 at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm


New production, BONDED, explores the construct of human dependency – especially that of siblings – and how time and external conditions can affect the synergetic connection.   Choreographed & performed by twin sisters, Kristina and Sadé, founders of Alleyne Dance, the work takes the audience through a transitional journey of inter-and-independency through abstract narrative.

Alleyne Dance is a UK based company with an international reach.  Founded in 2014 by the sisters, the company works in two main strands, performance and participation.

Alleyne Dance’s choreographic aesthetic reflects the sisters diverse background in athletics and dance training. Within their abstract contemporary construct, Alleyne Dance blend Afro-Caribbean, Hip Hop, Kathak and Circus Skills, delivered as fast paced and dynamic movement. They infuse lyrical and fluid motion, layered with rhythm and textures in physically powerful, yet graceful performances.

“The Alleyne twins, Kristina and Sadé, deliver dance that demands respect.” Graham Watts, Dance Tabs,

“Abstract and emotionally rich” KA Bradley, Exeunt

“Their movement manifests all the power and beauty that the human body can create” Nora Turpault, Artistic Director, Festival de danse Traces Contemporaines, (France)

"Alleyne Dance are rising stars of the contemporary dance scene."



Running Time 30 minutes

Tickets are FREE but must be pre-booked
Latecomers may not be able to be permitted, please arrive 15 minutes before the performance. 



Bonded is supported by Without Walls and commissioned by Norfolk & Norwich Festival and Salisbury International Arts Festival, part of Wiltshire Creative.


How we are keeping you safe: 

We have worked to ensure your visit is safe and enjoyable. Measures include; following government guidance, limited audience numbers, a marked-out audience area with social distancing, hand sanitation stations, extra staff, one-way systems and paperless ticketing. 

We encourage you to book in your ‘bubbles’ as seats will be allocated on arrival.

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