South Yorkshire-based female contemporary dance company Spiltmilk Dance say they have been have been “sticking a big fat ray of sunshine” into the world of contemporary dance since 2006.
Committed to taking dance to the masses, the company have toured to village halls, community centres, town halls and festivals across the country.
Co-director Adele Wragg said: “After taking our new show up and down the country, we’re so excited to finally be bringing Blast from the Past back home to South Yorkshire!
“There’s lots of brilliant dance being made across South Yorkshire and it’s great that The Civic provides opportunities for it to be shared locally.”
Using dance, theatre and interactive games, the piece celebrates the past 65 years of British popular culture.
Adele said: “Blast from the Past visits music and memorable moments from every single year since 1952, including the toys and tracks we all remember, and the fads and fashions we might prefer to forget.
“The essence of the show is that it celebrates British pop culture; from hula hoops to shell suits and Tupperware to Facebook. We love pop culture and the way it gives us all common ground, so the show has a real celebratory feel to it and it’s suitable for all the family, so come join the fun!”
Blast From The Past is in Barnsley on Friday and is recommended for ages 10-plus.
For more information and to book, visit Barnsley Civic or call the box office on 01226 327000.