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A solo dance inspired by Jane’s late grandmother who had Alzheimer’s disease. Confronted by constraints of the body and mind, Void explores freedom within a lack of means.
Void is inspired by my late grandmother and the older adults I met through community projects and hospital setting. Void explores emotions behind these personal stories; the uncontrollable constraints, be it physical, mental or circumstantial that were imposed on individuals who rise above the void. Void reveals the beauty and brutality of human life: the strength and fragility, the joy and sorrow… Void reminds us to take a moment to appreciate, to listen to one another and the stories they wish to tell, especially those who may be forgotten.
"Jane Chan's exquisite solo performance of Blue Velvet left an indelible mark on the audience."
Rehearsal space supported by: Kala Sangam
Blacklist is a high energy duet between Joshua Nash and Jordan Douglas. It explores the coping mechanisms of inner battles and conflicts, delving into themes of brotherhood, friendship and isolation.
Joshua Nash is a freelance hip hop theatre artist whose movement language is focusing on Hip Hop, Krump and House. He is reputable as a core member of Botis Seva’s company Far From The Norm, with performance credits including Channel 4 Random Acts, BBC Performance Live with Studio Wayne McGregor and Sadler’s Wells 20th anniversary triple bill Reckonings.
With a recent focus on creating his own theatre work, over the last three years, Joshua’s work has been presented in partnership with Greenwich Dance and commissioned by Artists 4 Artists including performances at Rich Mix and Redbridge Drama Centre.
"Joshua ia a multi- faceted artist who has the rare ability to create movement that challenges perceptions.’’
- Paul Sadot
Producer: Christina Dionysopoulou
Dancer: Jordan Douglas
Stuck in a groundhog day series of events a world of tension. Systems repeat, events unfold, and choices are made. Visceral and fearless dance combined with an epic cinematic soundtrack.
TRIBE// takes the audience into a world, where personal decisions shift and alter the consequences of actions, scenes repeat with alternate endings. The electronic score, created and performed by electronic sound designer Jeph Vanger, creates an atmospheric driving score reminiscent of a dystopian film. The diverse dancer own individual unique styles but become powerfully charged as ensemble through Fox's visceral raw yet articulate movement language.
“A contemporary dance company that packs some punch”
- Culturised Magazine
"These dancers irradiate confidence mixed with strength, anger and attitude; it’s a fight between vulnerability and power"
- Carolina Alves Carloto
Concept and Choreography: Victoria Fox
Danced and devised with Lewis Cooke, Finetta Mikolajska, Folu Odimayo, Rose Sall Sao, Victoria Fox and Jeph Vanger
Sound: Jeph Vanger
Set Deign: Wojtek Markiewicz, Victoria Fox and Hazel Low
Lighting Design: Mike Bignell
Producer: Kyla Booth-Lucking
Thanks to Arts Council England, DanceEast, South East Dance, Pavilion Dance South West, Clearcut and The Studio
Venue: at The Place