A DANCE double-bill awaits Inverclyde theatre-goers —  including an exclusive performance.

Scottish Dance Theatre is heading to Greenock’s Beacon Arts Centre next weekend pairing an old favourite with a new commission.

On Saturday February 17, the waterfront venue welcomes ‘TuTuMucky’ by London-based choreographer Botis Seva and RITUALIA by internationally-renowned Glasgow-born Colette Sadler.

Sadler, who resides in Berlin, re-imagines Igor Stravinsky’s feminist cultural landmark ‘Les Noces’ in this new piece evoking and celebrating the notion of hybridity, exploring iconic artificiality, presentation and fashion.

The Beacon is the only west coast venue to have Sadler’s premiere performance, which has been described by theatre bosses as a major ‘coup for Greenock’.

The action-packed evening of entertainment also features Seva’s ‘TuTuMucky’, which returns to Scotland following rave reviews at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

It blurs the boundaries between different dance forms, incorporating ballet, contemporary and hip-hop technique, to offer a distinctively innovative form of dance.

Seva explores social order, structured lifestyles and hierarchies, peace within chaos and how important it is for human beings to find peace for themselves.

Scottish Dance Theatre artistic director, Fleur Darkin, said: “Scottish Dance Theatre is committed to showcasing the talent of the most exciting choreographers working today.

“Botis Seva’s TuTuMucky has wowed audiences across the UK and we’re thrilled to be able to bring it back to Scotland for those who missed our sell-out festival run.

“I’m particularly excited to see RITUALIA.

“Colette Sadler is one of the most interesting choreographers to emerge from the Scottish dance scene.

“Her interpretation of one of the world’s most significant ballet pieces promises to challenge, engage and provoke audiences in Scotland.”

The double bill is on at the Beacon on Saturday February 17 at 7.30pm.

For tickets visit beaconartscentre.co.uk or call the box office on 723723.