Far From Home

by Alleyne Dance Company


Friday 14 and Saturday 15 July

Free bus service to and from London on Saturday 15 July



“Far From Home brings to the stage the humanity of told and untold stories by voices not always heard.”


Far From Home is a hard hitting, atmospheric, abstract narrative dance production that explores the topic of immigration, and the consequences of the search for a better life for those forced to seek it due to social or political devastations.

Performed by 6 professional dance artists, the performance ensemble highlights the emotional and mental stresses of migrant families, as well as the impact on communities where migrants settle, unpicking the meaning of tolerance and practice of integration.

“a real gem”  Lyndsey Winship, The Guardian

Messum’s Restaurant is open for a post-performance supper on both Friday and Saturday evenings. Advance booking is essential:

Friday night supper BOOK HERE
Saturday night supper BOOK HERE



Alleyne Dance is a UK based company with an international reach, founded in 2014 by award winning dancers and twin sisters Kristina and Sadé Alleyne. The choreographic aesthetic reflects the sisters diverse background in athleticism and dance training. Within their abstract contemporary construct, Alleyne Dance blend West African, 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.

“Kristina & Sadé are leading lights in the dance world currently, both showcasing their clear vision as to what the prominent issues of today are…” Theatre Full Stop

“The Alleyne twins, Sadé and Kristina, are two of British dance’s most compelling movers.”  Lyndsey Winship, The Guardian


Age guidance: 8 + years old