A talent showcase for those just-finished - and in some cases almost-finished - projects in the world of contemporary dance, 2Faced's I.D. night has a fledgling reputation for welcoming some of the scene's more exciting young choreographers to the Courtyard in Hereford.
Now in its third iteration - and with a fourth males-only night planned for Spring 2017 - this month's showcase focusses on Dance Film.
'Digitopia' will see the screening of a whole variety of short films from a whole variety of choreographers, from Spain, Belgium and - of course - Hereford.
Among their offerings, one ground-breaking piece from Kira Zhigalina - spotlighted by organiser and 2Faced dancer Jazz Gritt - uses a skeletal structure whose composite parts reacts to a sensor belt which tracks the dancers' movement.
As with the previous two ID nights, the idea is not only to provide the audience with a slap up good time, and expose them to a range of work - but also to allow those involved to get some feedback on their pieces. And for those who haven't been before, the seating set-up, which runs around three sides of the performance area, also doubles-down on that sense of intimacy with the work and the performers.
Among those exhibiting are Russian-by-way-of-London Kinetica Award winner Ki Ra, and Jo Cork who's evocative and almost uncomfortably tactile trailer for 'Sensate' (^^^) you can check out here.
An open Q & A session will follow the show, with several of the artists hanging out for a chat.
Deets are as follows -
Where: Courtyard Centre for the Arts, Edgar Street, Hereford
When: Monday, November 8
How: Ever you want
Tickets: Right here