Wednesday, 30 June 2010
C-12 Dance Theatre are offering a unique opportunity for a group of dancers to work with the choreographers and dancers of C-12 Dance Theatre for one week (Mon-Fri) towards the end of August. If you have just graduated, looking at getting into dance or if you are looking for a way to do class everyday, keep fit and learn a physically explosive piece of dance theatre, this is for you!
Each day will begin at 10am and finish at 5pm.
A professional class in the morning, focusing on a different dance technique per day. This is followed by learning/devising a sequence in the afternoon.
At the end of the week, you will be able to perform your piece you have been working on. This will be FREE for all to watch.
No dance experience needed and this will take place for one week in August at Chancellor’s School, Hatfield.
You will also receive a FREE C-12 Summer School T-shirt.
For prices, including student discount, please contact
Eleasah@c-12dancetheatre.com. Final details, including dates, will be given once you have contacted us.
C-12 Dance Theatre
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
C-12 Dance Theatre presents The Chair. This emotionally charged double-bill of dance-inspired physical theatre has been capturing audiences since the premiers in Sweden and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The first piece Enough, features a female duet struggling to deal with living with a burden. The title piece, The Chair uses theatrical narrative with fluid dance and movement work to tell the story of a man who is forced to face his past.
"Emotions searing through their bodies and flying out through the looks on their faces is absolutely beautiful to watch" *****(5 stars) Fringe Review 2009
July 28th-Aug 7th (no Sun show) Arcola Theatre, London, 0207 5031646 www.arcolatheatre.com
October 9th The Maltings Arts Theatre, St Albans, 01727 844222 www.stalbans.gov.uk
November 4th, North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford, 01865 319 450 www.thenorthwall.com
November 9th Stahl Theatre, Peterborough, 01832 273930, www.oundleschool.org.uk
November 10th Stahl Theatre, Peterborough, 01832 273930, www.oundleschool.org.uk
November 11th Rich Mix, London, 020 7613 7498, email@example.com
November 18th Norwich Playhouse, 01603 598598, firstname.lastname@example.org
February 17th 2011 Riverfront, Newport (Wales), 01633 656757, email@example.com
April 28th 2011 Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury, 01743 281 281, www.theatresevern.co.uk
60 x 60 Dance
Sat 24 July 2010
3pm & 8pm
60x60 Dance brings together dance and electronic music in an electrifying one-hour performance. This is a one-of-a-kind show, where each minute of the hour you will see a new composer and a new choreographer.
60x60 Dance takes 60 one-minute audio works from an international pool of emerging and established composers and assigns them to 60 local choreographers.
Eclectic by nature, 60x60 Dance offers an unmatched diversity of styles, making for a fast-speed, electrifying performance that never ceases to surprise. Dance influences will range from ballet to breakin’ and everything in between, while music includes neo-romantic, folk, tech-house, noise, rock and everything but the kitchen sink.
The brainchild of composer and producer Robert Voisey, 60x60 started in New York and has grown across the globe. East London Dance, Silke Arnold and Adriana Pegorer present it’s European debut as part of the Create Festival and to celebrate the two year countdown to the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
"An express without any delay....It's this kind of madness that makes the cultural world go round."
The New York Times
"C" An exclusive performance of the this theatrical dance theatre production previously performed at The Place, Stratford Circus, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Siobhan Davies Studios, Victoria Park.
This will take place during the Luton Fringe Festival and the performance will take place at The Hat Factory. "C" is a highly charged, physical story about life at a busy station platform. This athletic fast paced piece of contemporary dance theatre explores the variety of characters bumping into one another as relationships are formed in this critically acclaimed work. 6pm.
"Chancellors Showcase", July 9th, Hatfield.7pm Featuring the Youth Company "E-Motion" and C-12's adult company performing the female duet "Enough". The first of it's kind. Also performing will be Year 7 and 8 in their school production, plus the choir will be singing, before they head off to do a European tour. For tickets please email, firstname.lastname@example.org
"Bolero Remixed" (Image) July 3rd Canary Wharf (with 52 piece orchestra) Check out this unforgetable performance of "Bolero Remixed" featuring the professional dancers of C-12. Annie-Lunnette Deakin-Foster was the assistant choreographer for this Big Dance production.
Canada Square Park , Canary Wharf, Tower Hamlets, E14
Sat 3 July 12 midday
FREE (no ticket required) Runs approx 60 mins
Presented in association with East London Dance and Newham Welcomes the World
Ravel’s Bolero, one of the most famous pieces of classical music ever written, provides the inspiration for this contemporary fusion of DJ remixed live orchestral music & choreography inspired by the regeneration of East London.
Celebrating the opening of the new DLR Stratford International extension this autumn, this spectacular event integrates an exhilarating fusion of dance & music against the backdrop of Canary Wharf’s breathtaking architecture. Bolero Remixed is choreographed by Jeanefer Jean-Charles with 100 local dancers from Eastlea Community School, Star Primary School, NewVIc, East London Dance Adult Performers Group and C-12 Dance Theatre. Featuring the New London Orchestra conducted by Ronald Corp and DJ Excalibah, Bolero Remixed invites you to experience the creativity and excitement of East London’s dynamic regeneration in action!
Bolero Remixed will provide a spectacular overture to this year’s Dancing City. The programme also features classic orchestral dance favourites by Tchaikovsky, Delibes and Prokofiev as well as new music by Ronald Corp featuring the Newham Welcomes the World Choir and New London Orchestra.
Commissioned by GDIF, East London Dance and Newham Welcomes the World
Canary Wharf, Tower Hamlets, E14
By Tube: Canary Wharf
By DLR: Canary Wharf
By Bus: D3, D7, D8, 135, 277
By Car: Underground car parks leading to Cabot,
Canada and Jubilee Place shopping malls.
By Thames Clippers: Canary Wharf Pier
"Stealth" Pacey, athletic and electrifying piece of dance theatre. This piece explores the notion clans, people, bodies coming together but only brought together by conflict.
June 26th Big Dance, WalthamstowThe event: Big Screens Live
Walthamstow Town Centre
Nearest Tube: Walthamstow Central
Event Outline: Come to the Big Dance Bus at the BBC Big Screen and experience spectacular performances by professional dancers and local dance groups, join in workshops, learn the choreography for the Big World Dance and find out how to get kids involved in the Schools Pledge. Come celebrate the incredible dance talent in Walthamstow right in the heart of town!
June 29th Big Dance Picnic at Dagenham and Redbridge
"Wind" First performed at Live Vibe, Lilian Baylis and now the youth company from Chancellor's School will be performing for the first time in Ipswich.
June 26th E-Motion (Youth Company) at High Voltage, Dance East. 4:30 first performance, 7:30 second performance. Tickets availble at 01473 295230
"Enough" female duet which was taken from the original male duet that was performed at the Purcell Room for Dance Umbrella. An emotive journey of carrying the burden of passion, love and loss. Previously performed at Dragonfly Festival Sweden, Actors Expo.
June 17th Patrick Centre, eve.
June 20th Victoria Park, 4pm.
June 24th St Albans, The Maltings, Scratch Event