FEST is a dance performance for children and adults about life's strange celebration.

It rains and rains and rains. Evald sits there in his soaked clothes, with water in his rubber boots and a drowned hat on his head. He sits on a very large chair, because he feels infinitely small. Infinitesimal in the world's most boring world, this year's stupidest day. Evald's toys are so useless that they have become invisible. He almost melts of boredom, and the boredom turns into a big furry blob on the floor. The blob becomes a man who lifts his hat and pulls forward a glass sphere. Evald shakes the ball, and then the party begins...

The show is primarily aimed at children aged 4 to 8 years. Language in the performance is dance and "jibberish".

FEST is made possible with the support of the Danish Arts Council's Performing Arts Committee, Municipality of Aarhus and the Danish National Bank Jubilee Fund.

About LiminalDK

Adelaide Bentzon is - together with Erik Pold - artistic director of LiminalDK, who has presented several events at among other places Dansehallerne, Københavns Musikteater and the old Entréscenen. Adelaide Bentzon has staged several projects for children and young people. Adelaide Bentzon has among other things in recent years staged Secret Hotel's two performance-dance-lectures "Head and Tail" (for 2nd-5th grade) and "B.O.D.Y." (for 13-19 year olds). "Head and tail" has played over 90 performances at schools around Denmark through the "Dance for Children" scheme. "B.O.D.Y.", which was partly developed with students from Esbjerg Gymnasium, premiered at Bora Bora in May 2014, and will be touring in 2015.


Download inspirational material for schools and kindergartens (in Danish)