Sorry, you missed this event, SIGN UP to get information on our forthcoming shows
The crime of being female. Textures and tenderness inspire powerful visuals in this exploration of fear and femicide.
"Strikes a delicate balance between dance and artistry." Rachel Elderkin- Exeunt Magazine
Becky has worked with Holly Blakey, Robby Graham, Company Decalage, Fredrik Bond and Eddie Peake, to name a few. Her solo work Severed Dreams has been performed at several platforms between London and Birmingham including Tony Adiguns's The Factory' for Dance Umbrella. In 2016 Becky was selected by Hofesh Shecter to create a short site specific piece for East Wall Warm Up co-produced by East London Dance and Hofesh Shechter Company presented at Roof East, Stratford.
When facing our darkest, most desperate times, where do we find our strength? Alone? Together? If unity is strength, when are we weak?
"Beautifully executed… wild and punchy energy" Anna Rachael McBride
Returning to Resolution with their powerful new work, Dillon Dance is a contemporary dance company that aims to bring physical, emotionally complex dance to the stage.
With thanks to The University of Roehampton
I was given a brand new score Game on composed by Cheryl Frances Hoad and played by pianist Yshani Perinpanayagam.
My focus has been to interpret, reflect and mirror the music.
I found inspiration from the way that it was composed, and what had influenced the process. To me, as dance it represents future, past and present time.
Simone Damberg Würtz is currently a dancer with Rambert. She started creating in 2008 and has choreographed for dance, musicals and plays. Her work has been shown at venues including Theater Ulm Germany, Brazil, The Lowry, Linbury Studio, Wilderness Festival, and the National Theatre's River Stage.
Presented by Rambert
Composer: Cheryl Frances-Hoad
Pianist: Yshani Perinpanayagam
Projection: Amy Steadman, Malcolm Glanville, Andrew Stuttard
Venue: at The Place