Thu 02 Oct 19:30h
What does it mean to be a creator, and what does it take to make (or remake) an art work in and for the digital age? The Chapter House is an interdisciplinary dance piece featuring precise and intricate choreography by Zoi Dimitriou coupled with video installation by Mark Coniglio, inventor of Isadora software and co-director of the group Troika Ranch.
Tue 07 Oct 19:30h
Acclaimed dancer Theo Clinkard performs an iconic signature work by the pioneering American choreographer Trisha Brown, widely regarded as the most acclaimed choreographer to emerge from the postmodern era. This witty solo is based on the simple device of adding one gesture to another, one at a time, and repeating the growing phrase with each new movement.
Thu 06 Nov 19:30h
Still Going is a solo performance created by Marina Collard with a film projection by Tom Paine. After a number of attempts to change activity, Marina is reluctant to leave dance behind. In Still Going, she is not sure if, or why she is trying to retire.Created and performed by Rahel Vonmoos shall i sit here is a layered presentation of recorded and live performance which integrates film, text, light and shadow and celebrates the physicality and simplicity of the performing body.
Tue 11 Nov 19:30h
From the trenches of World War 1 to the streets of present-day Afghanistan, the impact of war on the lives of ordinary men and women is powerfully told through beautifully crafted choreography both on the stage and in the air fused with film, poetry, music and news commentary.
Tue 18 Nov 19:30h
Described as ‘dancer turned one to watch choreographer’ (The Metro), leading new British choreographer, South Bank Award nominee 2014 and Sadler’s Wells New Wave Associate, Alexander Whitley showcases two works in his company’s inaugural tour: The Measures Taken, commissioned by The Royal Opera House in collaboration with digital artists Marshmallow Laser Feast - ‘Extraordinary’ (The Guardian), and The Grit in The Oyster set to the music of one of Britain’s most influential composers, Thomas Adès.
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Thu 27 Nov 19:30h
The pas de deux, a symbol of accomplished form and technique, is one of the most emblematic figures of classical ballet – and in its very own way the duet by Raimund Hoghe and the Japanese dancer Takashi Ueno is a virtuoso performance as well.