OUTLANDS is the latest show from 2Faced Dance Company, which is visiting Bradford on September 28.

Kala Sangam Arts Centre will host the triple bill of contemporary dance to tie in with UK-India Year of Culture 2017.

The vivacious and gripping triple bill also celebrates up-and-coming female choreographers.

Kicking off the evening is Yashti, a solo piece performed by Palani accompanied by poetry from Andal and Akka Mahadevi and classical Indian music composed by Miguel Marin.

At the heart of the work is the ‘woman’ and it is inspired by the story of the Tulasi plant and tales of conflict, confrontation, jealousy, and growth.

Ronita Mookerji’s work, Who asks: “Who am I? What defines me? Where do I belong?”.

Hailing from Bangalore in India, Mookerji is joined on stage by contemporary dance and performance artist Prashant More.

Using movement and text in It’s Not Over Yet, choreographer Emma Jayne Park invites the audience to share part of her life only those closest to her witnessed.

Inspired by Park’s own cancer diagnosis, treatment and remission, It’s Not Over Yet is a journey of remembering, evaluating life choices and exploring why they even matter.

All three dance-makers are recipients of commissions from The BENCH, 2Faced Dance’s pioneering training initiative for female choreographers.

Visit kalasangam.org to book tickets.