All or Nothing, an aerial dance theatre company, paid a visit to the WHALE Arts Centre on Friday 17 April 2015 as part of their “Watch, Try, Come and fly!” project.
The group gave an aerial acrobatics performance for the families before teaching and letting them have a go. They even managed to persuade a few parents to have a shot.
All or Nothing was created in 2006 and is based at Out of the Blue Drill Hall, in Leith, Dalmenny Street. They teach and perform at events and have performed at the National Museum of Scotland and the Traverse theatre.
Founder of All or Nothing, Jennifer Patterson commented:
This is a project called “Watch, Try, Come and fly!” where we got funding from the lottery to buy an aerial rig. We come out and we go to communites and there is a short performance, a five minute act so you can see what it’s all about and then we entice you to come and have a shot. People are always eager to join in.
You can find out more about All or Nothing on their website.