SENSE is a narrative piece exploring how powerful the human senses become in a individual who is blind. It is supposed that the remaining are heightened in the absence of vision; for example, the awareness of sound becomes heightened. 

BDblaq use  fusion  to provoke a raw emotional connection with an audience.​

BDblaq Dance worked in collaboration with The Royal Institute of The Blind for research and development working with five visually impaired individuals whose story helped shape the end result of this compelling duet.​ 

As a result SENSE toured in 2017 - 2018, and was shortlisted as part of Festival 10 Sentidos competition in Valencia and commissioned by Bermuda Culture Affairs to premiere at Earl Cameron Theatre in Bermuda. 


Director / Choreographer:​  Rikkai Scott
Music Composer:  David Devyne and Jean Pierre 
Rehearsal Director: Katie Boags
Performers: Ashley Goosey and Rikkai Scott


Supported by Resolution Festival - The Place

Funded by Bermuda Cultural Affairs 



"The pair have a wonderfully engaging dynamic"

  Siobhan Murphy 


 Theatre Peckham, London

15 August 2018  


Earl Cameron Theatre, Bermuda 

22 July 2018 part of BDblaq's commission from Bermuda Cultural Affairs 


Espai La Rambleta, Valencia

09 May 2018 part Festival 10 Sentidos competition for choreographers   

Theatre Deli, London 

14 April 2018


Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking 

20 - 24 March 2018 part of Dance Woking All Boys Platform



The Place, London 

16 January 2018 part of Resolution 

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