We set about collecting together an archive of people’s working movements that would form the basis of the choreography for W.A.M.A.  Surprisingly people were very willing to perform their work related movement to us in front of a camera, which often involved miming out a series of actions.  We collected movements from over 100 people, across a wide range of occupations from a Lucipher to a Patcher.  The archive and the dance that has developed are there to be passed on to future generations.   This could take the form of a procession in costume from the Urban Park to the Netham, a recreation of the performance or simply a few turns of the Cotton Lamb maypole once a year.  
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