Tue 21 Feb

Watts Dance /John Livingston Dance/ Alice Weber and Ben Saffer

Resolution 2017

£15 (£11 concessions)

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Watts Dance
WLA No.657005

Make Do and Dig! Inspired by the Women’s Land Army, WLA No.657005 celebrates the significant role of young women working as agricultural labourers during the Second World War.

WLA No.657005 is narrative-based physical theatre, performed by an all-female cast of five, evoking images of the young women who kept Britain fed through the Second World War by working as Land Girls. Set to a new musical score played live on stage, the work will show how the camaraderie of the group overcomes the sadness of war. 
Watts Dance was established by Cecilia Watts, a graduate of Trinity Laban. WLA No.657005 is the company’s debut project.

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John Livingston Dance
Am I a waste of space? 

A solo dance piece by an artist who challenges preconceptions about disability and difference. Raw and searching, his improvised choreography explores unspoken prejudices. 

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Alice Weber and Ben Saffer

Screen, bodies, images and movement; with all these presented together, what is live? A curious look at film and dance blurring boundaries between the real and the recorded.

Ongoing collaborators Alice Weber and Ben Saffer meet to create a live experience on the Resolution stage. The have worked together previously during artist residency Crash2016 (In Situ and Arts Council England) to create A Vulnerable Pace which was screened at Festival of Recorded Movement, Vancouver 2016, among other music promotion projects. They continue to create a shared language of dance and film to create authentically collaborative screendance. 

Times: 8pm
Venue: at The Place

Resolution 2017

The UK’s biggest dance festival for emerging artists is back for its 28th year.