South Yorkshire dance star Tala Lee-Turton today spoke of her honour as she prepares to celebrate innovative and inspiring stories about women in a history-making homecoming debut.
AN INSPIRING Yorkshire dancer is stepping out to celebrate the achievements of other women in a stunning and immersive homecoming show.
This November, Barnsley ballerina Tala Lee-Turton is performing at Elsecar Heritage Centre in a first-of-its kind production. On Thursday 16th November, Tala will turn the vast Ironworks building at Elsecar into an immersive theatre for a live performance of her newest production, parler femme.
Following the huge success of her debut production, No Time Like The Present, Barnsley-born, Bolshoi Ballet Academy alumna Tala Lee-Turton returns to Sheffield on 11th November with parler femme – a dance-based triple bill celebrating innovative and inspiring stories about women.
Live performance, screen and immersive technologies combine in Tala Lee-Turton’s parler femme, an unmissable celebration of innovative and inspiring stories about women.
ON SALE TO MEMBERS FROM SAT 10 JUNE, 10AM ON GENERAL SALE FROM SAT 17 JUNE, 10AM parler femme is a dance-based triple bill celebrating innovative and inspiring stories about women. Experienced through live performance, screen and immersive technologies, the work is the latest from South Yorkshire’s Tala Lee-Turton Productions.
Chinese Laundry produced by Tala Lee-Turton Productions features at Sheffield Adventure Film Festival (ShAFF) – March 3rd – 5th 2023.
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One of only a handful of Brits to graduate from the famous Bolshoi Ballet Academy, Barnsley’s Tala Lee Turton is now on a mission to bring dance to the masses
Premiere: Identity, belonging and hope; a transgenerational British-Chinese immigrant experience. Chinese Laundry is dancer Tala’s way of expressing her lived experience as a child, whose family is second generation immigrants from Hong Kong, leading lives in Barnsley, South Yorkshire with a Takeaway shop as their main family income.