Performances

Wed 11 Oct

Pivot Dance

Joseph Toonga / ElenaGianottii

£16 (£12 concessions)

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Daughter Daughter: before I met you
Joseph Toonga

Daughter Daughter peers through the keyhole into the pervasive experience of fatherhood. Inspired by real stories from men and their daughters, this show is a highly physical and emotive new dance show about fatherhood.

Joseph Toonga shines a stark and honest light on this profound experience through his signature abstract hip hop and contemporary style choreography.

Co-commissioned by Dance East and South East Dance. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England, Yorkshire Dance, Greenwich Dance and Redbridge Drama Centre.

Elena Giannotti
Floating House

Floating House is a modular choreography project, involving several artists and their ideas. It is a sprawling project, carried out in different places and with different materials and people. It looks at ‘dreams’ both in its mental and physical forms; with each performer revealing their own experiences.

The performance that ensue stages and dissects their visions in a hopeful expression of their collective imagination. 

Concept: Elena Giannotti
Made by: Nick Bryson, Elena Giannotti, Rafał Pierzyński, Mia D’ambra, Penelope Pistoia
Dancers: Nick Bryson, Rafal Pierzyński
Sound: Spartaco Cortesi
Lights: Massimiliano Calvetti
Creative producer: Lisa Gilardino

Made at Operaestate Festival Veneto. Producers/Co-producers: Operaestate Festival, The Place London, Dutch Dance Festival Maastricht, Company Blu, Atelier delle Arti Livorno. With the support of: Birr Theatre, Studiotrade, Grangebeg Camphill Dunlavin, Firkin Crane Cork, Centro Artistico Il Grattacielo.

 

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This double bill is commissioned as part of Pivot Dance by The Place, Operaestate Festival and Dutch Dance Days Festival. Pivot Dance is funded with the support of Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

Times: 7.30pm
Venue: at The Place

This event is part of Autumn 2017

Pivot Dance

These three double-billed evenings are the culmination of a two year project that has spanned three European countries.