Jonathan Bonnici

Strømme is presented as a part of KORAL: A dance festival for children – and the whole family which takes place from October 15-17th, 2022 in Valby Kulturhus. The performance is aimed at children aged 3-6 years and their parents.

In ‘Strømme / Current’, you’re invited to a transformation ritual. It’s a journey we take together and in which we all participate, filled with wonder and excitement. A journey where our body finds many different expressions. We explore what flows – what moves, as we go from one version of ourselves to another. From excessive consumption to shedding the cocoon through dances of self love. We call on ancestors, we travel through many bodies, we all meet in the ecstasy of celebration. Please join us under the shower of petals.

When you buy a ticket for one of the festival’s performances, you also have access to our festival area. At the festival area, the whole family can challenge themselves, together. You can make corals from self-drying clay, take a picture for Instagram, and take part in the competition for the most creative coral. You can also go to the dance studio and meet a dance facilitator, where there is plenty of opportunity to move and reflect on the day’s experience. And of course, we have created space for the little ones to play in a sea of coral toys.

Jonathan Bonnici (DK/UK) is a performing arts maker. Besides being educated as actor at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, he also studied philosophy and politics. As a performer, he has worked for The National Theatre in London, BBC TV, Universal Pictures and Canal Plus. Since moving to Denmark in 2015, he has been focused on creating interactive performances with diversity and acceptance at their core. Sall Lam Toro (DK/PT) often works from a goal of cancelling conventional concepts about time and emotional, social bodies. Queering is an integrated part of Sall Lam Toro, which is expressed through movement, performance, sound, video, and poetry. Boaz Barkan (DK) is a choreographer and performance maker. Since the 1990s, he has been working with methods from Body Weather Laboratory, Feldenkrais and Anna Halprin. Barkan uses dance as a means for exploring social topics by placing the performer as a mediator between the audience and the performance.

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Jonathan Bonnici




Children & Family


  • 10.16.2022, 10:00
  • 10.16.2022, 12:00
  • 10.17.2022, 15:00


45 minutes


Valby Kulturhus, Valgårdsvej 4, 2500 København


Choreography: Jonathan Bonnici and Sall Lam Toro, in collaboration with Boaz Barkan, Dance and performance: Jonathan Bonnici and Sall Lam Toro, Idea and concept: Jonathan Bonnici, Music: S. Reiser, Photo: Sam Moore.

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