Talking of the Sex of Angels

A girl in a polka-dot outfit dances amongst golden orbs.
Nikky Smedley, Talking of the Sex of Angels, 1995.
A girl in a polka-dot outfit dances amongst golden orbs.
Nikky Smedley, Talking of the Sex of Angels, 1995.

Dance work inspired by the theories of quantum physics

This high-energy tongue-in-cheek dance show took its packed audiences into the mind-bending world of quantum physics. Created by choreographer Nikky Smedley with advice from scientists of Imperial College's Theoretical Physics Group, Talking of the Sex of Angels was a highlight of the Spring Loaded Season at The Place Theatre, London. An earlier work-in-progress was seen at the Lilian Baylis Theatre as part of the Mosaics Season in 1994.

"Startling and sublime ... a radical reinvention of science"- Wavelength
"Stylish, original and absorbing." - Audience member
"Dance game of wit and energy" - Time Out