A performance for middle school children about our perceptions of ourselves.



40 minutes

22 March


23 March


Note! School performances 25-27 March via DANSiSTAN. See link below.

On some, everything always fits perfectly! Always right, always stylish, never awkward, never too small or too big. Colour, shape, lines, body, a perfect outfit for every situation! While someone else is struggling with the same knots that can never be unravelled. How can the same jumper be right one day but wrong the next?

Avig is a dance work for middle school children about understanding the pattern and finding the right side, about coming to terms with oneself, fitting into the body, the group, the room and the world.

The show is performed both for the public and for schools. The school performances are aimed at middle school students and are offered through DANSiSTAN. Click here to read more and book

The performance is created by TUBO & Co. It is produced by Smart frilanskooperativ in collaboration with Unga Dramaten and in co-production with Dansens Hus Stockholm. With support from the Swedish Arts Council and the City of Stockholm.


TUBO consists of Tobias Ulfvebrand and Hugo Therkelson. Both are trained at the Royal Swedish Ballet School and have, in addition to several professional years as dancers, worked in the music field as composers. The critically acclaimed puppet show Want a dog at Dockteatern Tittut was the start of their collaboration where they got the chance to combine their love of dance, puppets and music. The collaboration then continued at the Tittut Puppet Theatre with the show SNOW and now Avig under their own auspices, building on their previous work.

Photo: Kalle Ljungberg and Leonard Stenberg.

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