Follow Eric and his grandfather through musical history at a toe-tapping, heart-warming dance and music show for all the family, by ZooNation Youth Company.
ZooNation Youth Company Presents
Tales of the Turntable
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London (Approximate run time: 70 mins)
Budding young DJ Eric and his grandfather George find out they have more in common than they once thought. Inspired by moments from Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Back to the Future, George winds back the clock through his gramophone to show Eric the importance of what has come before.
Join the pair on an adventure through time; from the early origins of hip-hop, funk and soul through to disco, house and rap.
Written by Olivier Award nominee Carrie-Anne Ingrouille, this innovative piece of dance theatre features music composed by DJ Walde. A Southbank Centre commission created by ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company.
So just how did Tales Of Turntable go from a concept to an innovative piece of dance theatre?
Watch this brilliant short documentary with an interview with show writer Carrie-Anne Ingrouille & ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company Producer Annie Taylor-Gooby and featuring the unstoppable ZooNation Youth Company. Directed by Morgan Phillips & Produced by Cherrelle Redley Murrain with show footage kindly provided by Edwards Films.