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“Feet off the Ground Dance are a charming outfit who perform inventive and surprising dance that hypnotise all who watch them” – Xav Clarke, Musician
Éter is a powerful yet subtle piece of dance, drawing audiences into the world of four women. Journey through atmospheric shifts accentuated by a live musician and captivating lighting states.
Feet off the Ground Dance is a performance collective made up of four young women. They create work that is physical, spontaneous and engaging, and is rooted in the art forms of Contact Improvisation and Partnering techniques. Their principles are simple: explore the unfamiliar, take risks and think big with artistic integrity.
Choreography & performance: Robyn Holder, Sophie Thorpe, Lucia Chocarro, Patricia Zafra
Live Music: Panos Chountoulidis
In a landscape of cardboard boxes, a journey of clear and unclear thoughts unfolds through the minds of two individuals. Blurry questions, decision-making, external influences. A wonder between humour and darkness, conflict and vision.
Lothe and Blomberg both studied at the School for New Dance in Oslo and Trinity Laban in London. The Norwegian duo has been improvising and creating works for several years, and are also members of Backspace Collective. They share an interest in a personal and individual approach to improvisation, and enjoy sharing dance with a Scandinavian flavour across countries and public spaces.
Supported by Rom for Dans, Norway and Longfield Hall, London, U.K.
An all-male piece created at the Breakin’ Convention Back To The Lab course. Inspired by krump music and styles, the dancers embark on a physical and mental journey of power, struggle and frustration.
Unity Dance Company UK have been performing and competing in and out of the UK for the last 9 years. They have won many UK, European and World titles and have appeared in many live dance shows on television, They have also performed at Sadlers Wells Breakin Convention eight times with the company’s most successful hip hop theatre piece being ‘Venus vs Mars’ which is a story about domestic violence.
When boundaries push back was developed at Breakin' Conventions theatre course ‘back to the lab’ in January 2015 and showcases the company’s new approach into creating new hip hop theatre work.
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Resolution 2016