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Now in its third year these two nights offer performances that bridge high level student choreography with work direct from the profession. See a full evening of work by London Contemporary Dance School postgraduate student Marcus Foo, faculty member Mickael Marso Riviere and alumni Eleanor Sikorski, Helen Cox and Feet off the Ground Dance.
Eteins Pas is an award winning work created by Marso Riviere, originally made at The Place. This reworked version was inspired by the idea of life after death, with many ideas stemming from stories about out of body experiences. A partly improvised piece, Eteins Pas challenges Marso’s existing movement vocabulary.
Eleanor Sikorski takes some relatively shit experiences and turns them into great entertainment in Comebacks I thought of later. With humour, song, dance and a lot of honesty, she talks about sex, relationships, being young and the ups and downs of calling people 'dicks' (this work includes genital-based strong language).
de/construct by Helen Cox is a solo in collaboration with costume designer Cherrie Lau and lighting designer Lucy Hansom. The work responds to moments of transition in our lives, and the vulnerability that comes with stepping into the unknown.
Éter is a powerful yet subtle piece of dance, drawing audiences into the world of four women. Journey through atmospheric shifts accentuated by captivating lighting states, created and performed by Feet off the Ground Dance.
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Spring 16