Drumming is Like Thunder

The phrase “can’t stop the music” exists for a reason - and that reason is Duncan Armstrong. "Drumming is Like Thunder" showcases one human’s showmanship and determination to defy the bullying behavior and his dream to perform in major cities around the globe.

Seven people wearing dark clothing with neon armbands around their wrists yelling in unison. They stand in a large wooden performance box, around a mane with a sharp dog collar and spiky hair, looking punk rock!Seven people wearing dark clothing with neon armbands around their wrists yelling in unison. They stand in a large wooden performance box, around a mane with a sharp dog collar and spiky hair, looking punk rock!
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The phrase “can’t stop the music” exists for a reason - and that reason is Duncan Armstrong.

'Drumming is Like Thunder' showcases one human’s showmanship and determination to defy the bullying behavior and his dream to perform in major cities around the globe.

I’m Duncan Armstrong

From Wellington

Hey Wellington

I’m sort of lost

Don’t know what to do

You are lost in my life

Don’t know what I’m looking for

I can’t find it

I need help from everyone

Everyone’s gone away

Who are you?

I want to be in London

I want to be in New York

I want to be in Paris

I want to be in the show!

I’m Duncan Armstrong

Let’s dance, let’s sing, let’s do a show!

DanceBox is a collection of short films portraying significant moments in dancers' lives. The works are choreographed and devised by Touch Compass and its community and all filmed within the confines of a 2x2x2m plywood box.

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