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This year 66 artists across 22 nights showcase bite-size premiere performances at London’s boldest dance theatre. Don’t miss the ultimate pick ‘n’ mix festival of live theatre!
Giulia Roversi | muZo Dance Theatre Company - WALLPAPER
Wallpaper is staged in a living room during the 60s, shared by young women reading magazines and watching television. A comfortable sofa and few lamps create a cosy and familiar atmosphere. TV sounds and electronic noises accompany the performers’ bodies while creating in-motion interior design compositions. Sitting there, you will experience a tranche de vie during the economic boom, where leisure time abruptly changed people’s habits and interests, and where the media became the focus of a new lifestyle.
Music: Aníbal Caño González
Joshua Harriette | Lab_13 - The Lite of Spring
Choreographed solely with light. Bodies have been sacrificed. Music by Stravinsky.
‘they emerge into a warm haze that keeps fading them in and out of focus. It’s a beautifully atmospheric staging for Jonas’s subtly biting Toh-Kuhn’ (Resolution 2020)
‘wonderful sense of space and a refreshing restraint and simplicity that could only come from someone with a deep understanding of timing and drama’ (Mike Wood, Theatrical Lighting Contest, 2020)
‘You, of course, have such a clear understanding of progression and movement; natural for dancers and it often makes people with dance and/or music training naturals in the world of lighting’ (Wackit Royal Albert Hall contest feedback - 3rd Prize winner)
‘Joshua Harriette’s lighting is remarkable, reflecting the lights and the lasers of nano-imaging technology and using them to drive the show’s narrative. The gradual shift from narrow to open light takes us on a journey through many spaces, the large white floor becoming petri dish, laboratory, and playground’ (buzzmag 2022)
Content Warning: Lighting - flashing, strobe, effects, haze, smoke
Stephanie D. Handjiiska & Elena Marinova | Man with a Hat - 84 Dials
84 Dials is a humorous dance piece which asks the question: What is the market value of dance? The dancers of the 2020s, emancipated under the effect of accelerating capitalism in London have mutated into confident dance brokers. Dance is now the most valuable new currency which the audience can buy, sell, hoard, or even stack into a portfolio. All this while having access to rare dance exhibits from all over the world. Who needs NFTs when you have dance?
Age Restriction: 18+
Content Warning: Scenes of a sexual nature, partial nudity
Funded by Ministry of Culture of Bulgaria. Produced by Man with a Hat Foundation.
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This is a live performance in The Place theatre.
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Giulia Roversi / muZo Dance Theatre Company
Giulia Roversi (Italy), choreographer and visual artist active in the UK, Italy, Spain and Russia. MFA Choreography at Trinity Laban, Conservatoire of Dance and Music (London, UK) and director of muZo Dance Theatre Company. muZo develops its own language from dance film production to live performances. The research focuses on a process that works throughout the evocative and the imaginary, where emotions and sensations become tangible and real by means of movement.
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Joshua Harriette | Lab_13
Stephanie D. Handjiiska / Man with a Hat
Stephanie Handjiiska is a London based choreographer & director, born and bred in Bulgaria. Her work discusses acute topics such as capitalism, femininity, Eastern European identity and the blind spots in our world perception. Stephanie successfully juggles between the tech world and her life as an artist, constantly working on the edge between the 2 societies and getting them to meet and interact. Stephanie leads Man with a Hat - an NGO dedicated to dance artists development and is passionate about fair labour, sustainability, and giving opportunities to others.
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Resolution 2022