Lolo is a little Spanish bull that doesn’t feel like he fits in with the other bulls in the farm.
He doesn’t like playing rough, and he really doesn’t enjoy the big loud bullfights. Instead, he loves dancing with the Moon every night, and dreams of becoming Lola, a famous flamenco dancing cow.!
Will you come dance with Lolo and help make their dreams come true?
The Bull and the Moon is an endearing family friendly production that celebrates anyone who dances to their own tune.
A fun, fiery and magical dance performance that blends contemporary dance, flamenco and physical theatre, this is a heart-warming story about the importance of being oneself
and the beauty of gender diversity.
Please note, this show is programmed by SBC’s Youth Theatre of Sanctuary, in partnership with The Montgomery.
This show is part of Mini Mig Mat at the Monty, brought to you by Migration Matters Festival and The Montgomery.
Please note, ticket prices are inclusive of the booking fee.
DeNada Dance Theatre is an independent LGBTQ+ dance company fully committed to the promotion of diversity and inclusion of non-normative identities. Our purpose is to voice underrepresented
narratives through high quality dance, performing work in a variety of contexts to offer visibility and representation to the LGBTQ+ community.
Stemming from our Hispanic and Latinx heritage, the company also promotes transcultural relations and celebrates the cultural diversity of the audiences
we perform for, and the artists we work with.
We fully believe in the transformative power of dance: its capacity to mobilise change, to heal and to cause reflection.
We seek to entertain through extravagant theatricality, kitschy physicality, and accessible narratives.
Based in the North of England, the company tours internationally to theatres, outdoor and
unconventional spaces. Nominated as Best Independent Company by the UK Critic’s Circle, DeNada has taken a unique place in the UK dance sector as a company offering poignant, innovative and
exciting work that places the underrepresented at the fore.