Dance of the Dead Tour

  • Gallery tour
A group of people standing in the Misbehaving Bodies exhibition with a tour guide.
Tour of Misbehaving Bodies, Susan Smart. Source: Wellcome Collection. Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0).

What you’ll do

Participate in a tour led by researcher Agnese Reginaldo and choreographer Antonio de la Fe that will expand your experience of artworks beyond sight to include movement.

The tour begins in the Reading Room and ends in ‘Misbehaving Bodies’. You will take a close look at selected artworks on display that use the historical practices of danse macabre and memento mori to represent death. Together you will create choreography using a series of gestures inspired by these works.

Please arrive at 10 minutes before the event starts so you may leave your items in the coatroom. The tour will start promptly at 7pm.

About your contributors

Photograph of Agnese Reginaldo

Agnese Reginaldo


Agnese Reginaldo is an art historian whose work focuses on the intersection between art and social sciences. Her practice focuses on public-engagement projects aiming to create a more effective connection between the public and contemporary art in museum and gallery settings.

Photograph of Antonio de la Fe

Antonio de la Fe


Antonio de la Fe is a Spanish choreographer and dancer based in London. Their background is in physiotherapy, and they divide their artistic practice between choreography and performance. Antonio’s work is highly influenced by dance improvisation, games and interaction with the public, having worked predominantly in galleries and other non-theatre settings.