Performances

Fri 24 Feb

dot.Consla and Sarita's Dance Lab /Salah El Brogy Company / Julia Cheng/ House of Absolute

Resolution 2017

£15 (£11 concessions)

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dot.Consla and Sarita's Dance Lab
Glimpses

Two bodies explore the complexities of independence and coexistence. An ongoing search for fine-tuned duality and independent bliss. 

The pair were first introduced to each other as artists in the Brazilian Zouk partner dance community, where they became quickly inspired by the idea of working together. Both primarily established Contemporary dance artists, their experiences in BZ provoked a keen interest in developing this form of Latin dance for audiences outside of its usual social dance environment. 
Dotty has already successfully established a familiar journey forming her own company working with Salsa (CONSLA) in Hungary and in 2015 Sarita began producing Contemporary Zouk student choreography. In 2016 the duo began when they were selected to represent Union Dance in an ENB programmed event, Big Dance festival with a 6 minute choreography.

This will now be premiered as a full 20 minute piece for Resolution.  

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Salah El Brogy Company
Letting Go

A tender consideration of the emotional disorder that arises from losing a loved one. Salah El Brogy handles a potentially heavy subject matter – grief – but also memory, and how time can heal.

“If angels actually do dance on the head of a pin, it’s likely they all move like El Brogy.” Trebuchet Magazine

Salah El Brogy Company was set up by dancer/ performer/ choreographer / dance teacher Salah El Brogy and producer Mars El Brogy (Maverick TV, Hello Digital, British Dance Edition, International Dance Festival Birmingham, BBC, BBC Worldwide, ESI Media – London Evening Standard, The Independent, London Live, i100). Salah, who is a Dance London nominee for Emerging Choreographer Award 2015 won Best Dancer in 2008 as awarded by the French Cultural Institute in Egypt (now French Institute). He is an ex-soloist for Cairo Opera House Contemporary Dance Theatre and former lead dancer for Akram Khan Company’s Vertical Road. He returned to The Place for Resolution 2016 performing his solo on memory and memory loss entitled GLITCH. In 2014, Salah performed at The Place as part of the dance ensemble that devised Border Tales and as co-collaborator and co-choreographer for Halfway to the Other Side. Salah recently taught his Extemporaneous professional dance class in Egypt’s Cairo Contemporary Dance Centre through the British Council’s support. Salah was part of Resolution 2015 with his ensemble entitled The Race.

Producer / Manager: Mars El Brogy 
Dramaturg: Donald Hutera
Lighting Design: Antony Hately
Photography: Jane Hobson

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House of Absolute
Warrior Queens

“Haunting, passionate and committed” Jonzi D quoted in the Islington Gazette 

Warrior Queens arr intrinsic forms of power, strength and vulnerability. We follow their ritualistic processes of life, internal/external battles, the power of solidarity and connection through sisterhood prevailing adversity.

House of Absolute was founded in 2014 by Julia Cheng, training the company to specialise in waacking and to apply their unique disciplines of artistic expression to evolve one another. Individually they are trained in contemporary, hip hop, hustle, popping, krump, house and locking and each have their unique attributes to add to their language of movement. With the focus to create innovative and original work pushing conventional boundaries of dance, performance and live art, they have performed for theatres, corporate performances and festivals as well as having a large presence battling in the UK and internationally.

Presented by Breakin’ Convention

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Times: 8pm
Venue: at The Place

Resolution 2017

The UK’s biggest dance festival for emerging artists is back for its 28th year.