Transitions Dance Company Tour 2016 Media Pack

On this page you will find everything you need for the promotion of Transitions Dance Company's Triple Bill, touring from Feb - May 2016. If you can't find something, or experience any technical issues, please contact the Communications Office on +44 (020) 8305 9322 or [email protected].

 

Photos by Chris Nash (Please credit)

All photos are print quality jpegs:

A group of Transitions 2016 dancers

Group 2894

 

A trio of Transitions 2016 dancers

Trio 2901

 

A duet by Transitions 2016

Duet 2853

A solo by a Transitions 2016 dancer

Solo 3136

 

 

Video

1. Introducing the 2016 performers

2. 2016 trailer

3. In conversation with choreographers Dog Kennel Hill Project

4. In conversation with choreographer Ederson Rodrigues Xavier

5. Interview with Theo Clinkard coming soon

 

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Triple Bill

See the work of Dog Kennel Hill Project, Theo Clinkard and Ederson Rodrigues Xavier; by turns surreal, witty, playful, physical and deeply affecting performed by this company of twelve remarkable dancers.

Based at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London, Transitions Dance Company is the original conservatoire dance company, bringing together today's most exciting choreographers with exceptional young dancers from around the world.

Find out more about the company and the 2016 triple bill at trinitylaban.ac.uk/transitions2016

 

 

Credits 

Performers

Choreographers

Production

 

Social

www.vimeo.com/trinitylaban

www.facebook.com/transitionsdc

www.twitter.com/transitionsdc

 

Press

'Great fun to watch' Graham Watts for dancetabs.com, June 2014

'Always an eye-opener' The Guardian Guide

‘The kind of work you want to see more of even before it’s over’  The Tribune, California

You can download an example press release for the Transitions 2016 Tour. 

Please contact Press Officer Remi Johnson +44 (020) 8305 9349 or [email protected].

 

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