Performances

Wed 14 Feb

GoldHill Dance Company / Nicole McDowall / Arielle Smith

Resolution 2018

£16 (£12 concessions)

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GoldHill Dance Company
Hand Towards

Where do you feel most at ease? Hand Towards depicts choices we make in an unpredictable environment, as the dancers test and support each other to exceed their personal boundary.

Focussing on the cautious nature we have when stepping out of our comfort zone, creates a changing dynamic throughout. The dancers combine highly physical unison phrasing with shifting moments of contact to convey these ideas.

GoldHill Dance Company was formed in 2016 by Kiri Golding and Emma Hill as an outlet for their creative work. The company's interest lies heavily with exploring human capabilities and individual approaches. Representing these ideas through dance has seen them perform in platforms across Hampshire, Berkshire and Devonshire.

A piece commissioned by Grad Lab Project, supported by Arts Council England, The Point Eastleigh, University of Chichester and University of Winchester

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Nicole McDowall
Nelum

What is your name? What does it mean? Do you live up to your name? Inspired by the origin and meaning of her name and given nicknames, emerging choreographer Nicole McDowall’s solo hip hop theatre piece Nelum explores the idea of living up to ones name, combined with the curiosity of a spiritual link between all women and the potential of their power when unified.

This work is a debut of Nicole’s choreography after gaining ample professional experience working with hip hop dance companies such as Avant Garde Dance Company, Myself UK Dance Company and Boy Blue Entertainment.

This project is supported by Arts Council England.

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Arielle Smith
Lots Of Varied Expectations

What we seek through expectation can often be our limitation.

This Valentines Day choreographer Arielle Smith presents her newest work Lots Of Varied Expectations exploring the idea of idealistic love.

The piece has eight perfomers, four men, four women. Can we as an audience see past gender? Do we primarily see the sex of the person, does this bring a certain expectation and does that then become our limitation?

The work seeks to demonstrate love in it’s many forms, pure and true without limitations.

‘Bold and expressive’

- Birmingham review

Supported by Linbury Trust and Arts Coucil England

 

Times: 8pm
Duration: 0 mins
Venue: at The Place

Resolution 2018

The UK’s biggest dance festival for emerging artists is back for its 29th year.