Watch out. The dancers have been training for the apocalypse.
"How to be afraid?" is a duet dance experiment that topples racist monuments & symbols of state control – whether in our minds, bodies, or on the street
Open to any performers: musicians, actors, dancers OPENLAB is a time for you to explore presence and awareness in performance.
Join next one with dance-witch Charlie Ashwell
Come and see Sara Cipretti's performance Natura Viva this Saturday (18th).
CDS Artist Member Malik Nashad Sharpe (marikiscrycrycry) discusses the unfettering of identity through dance and the politics of representation.
It was an absolute pleasure teaming up with Fringe! Film Fest last night for the screening of Fringe! present Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb Vs. Gravity + Q&A. Executive Producer Justin Hunt was on hand to do a Q&A with the fabulous Catherine Gund, director of the film.
She's here all weekend doing screenings of shorts, a master class and a screening of her new film Fringe! present Chavela + Director Q&A.
We also recommend popping by Fringe! present Paris is Voguing tomorrow ni...ght for some prance-fabulousity.
Thanks to Muffin Hix and the Fringe team for being outstanding partners.
Join FREE pilot project led by our member Natasha Swingler looking at ways to awaken the imagination, find more ease in the body and stimulate your creativity.
This Friday at Chisenhale Dance Space:
""pink suits is a musical performance collaboration between artists Ray and Lennie. You can call us a band… pink suits #1 is our current research project exploring of the pressures and frustrations we feel with the gender roles we are expected to"
WIN 2 TICKETS to TOMORROW's screening in partnership with Fringe! Film Fest of breathtaking documentary Fringe! present Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb Vs. Gravity + Q&A.One of the most incredible arts docs ever made.
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You can also book tickets here http://bit.ly/BornToFlyTix
This month our member Natasha Swingler starts her pilot project exploring the idea of dance as medicine. Join her in creative space for people living with chronic health issues.
Frustrated with the gender roles we are expected to play within partnerships? Ray and Lennie too!
During their performance they will try to find answers for some ongoing questions:
Why is there pressure for one of us to shave but its cool for the other to be hairy? Why is it easier for one of us to be openly promiscuous? Why can one of be topless in public and the other cant?
And the next OPENLAB in our Research studio will be “WITCHDANCE”: a facilitated session with Charlie Ashwell. Friday 24th November from 10 am to 1 pm.
Charlie is a dance witch. She would like to do some dance-witching. With you. For you.
Saturday chill and read.
Have you seen yet?
FREE Body, Wellness, Imagination – Dance As medicine sessions start from 19 November 2017!
Sign up ASAP.