Chiffonnade is a dance performance specifically made for toddlers and young children (1 – 5). The piece is created by established French choreographer Michelle Dhallu of Carré Blanc Cie and has toured extensively in Europe and to acclaimed festivals around the globe receiving glowing reviews.

Chiffonnade unfolds with fabrics as its raw materials – fabrics

you can touch, crumple up, feel and fold, fabrics you can wear or disguise

yourself in and which condition the way other people see us. But Chiffonnade

also evokes emancipation, with the chrysalis of a child growing and growing until

they becomes an adult.