In 1936 Rudolf von Laban had been asked to choreograph the opening ceremony for the Berlin Olympiad. This was supposed to be an innovative and spectacular feat in choreography. However the dance was banned after the final dress rehearsal and never performed in public. Pieced together from documentation, memories and imagination choreographer Rosie Whitney-Fish reconstructs Rudolph von Laban's lost dance. The performance was held as part of the art of sport exhibition at Orleans house gallery with the participation of students from Hampton Community college.

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