Sonia Sabri Company

Sonia Sabri Company has established an international reputation for presenting Kathak dance and live music in a contemporary context.

The company creates work relevant to modern audiences, that is inspired by Eastern and Western cultures, and the rich possibilities that arise when they meet.

...beautiful, energetic and visually stunning dance, exquisite costumes and live music...

Bournemouth Seeker
Sonia Sabri Company's Bio

Sonia Sabri Company (SSCo) is one of the leading contemporary South Asian dance and music companies in the UK based in Birmingham. The company has an international reputation for presenting Kathak dance in new and exciting contexts with live music.

The company creates work relevant to modern audiences, that is inspired by Eastern and Western cultures and the rich possibilities that arise when they meet.

There are many strands to SSCo. As a dance and music company we create and tour productions to major venues as well as reaching new audiences through rural touring. The company is committed to presenting energetic and emotionally driven work with mesmerising live music and create productions through collaborating with digital, theatre, film, and other artistic disciplines.

SSCo also delivers meaningful, multidimensional learning through Kathak and Tabla workshops covering music, storytelling, visual art at schools, colleges and community settings around the country.

Testimonials

“Featuring beautiful, energetic and visually stunning dance, exquisite costumes and live music…”  Bournemouth Seeker

Audience comments

“basically acknowledging differences within our current British culture but emphasising the common human threads that fundamentally conjoin us”

“the whole performance was a collaboration…really clever and extraordinary. It was a really diverse show.”

“Different, fabulous!”

“One of the best dance companies I’ve seen.”

“Excellent. A breath of fresh air!”

“Innovative & inspiring.”

“The dancers were amazing! There was so much going on!”

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