Archive for the ‘Dance’ Category

Where to see My Work in 2015

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

16 April 2015

Where to See My Work in 2015

Greenwich Printmakers Gallery  

1a Greenwich Market, London SE10 9HZ

I am one of 32 artist-printmakers running a printmakers gallery to display and sell our work in Greenwich. I show  1 – 3 framed prints each month as well as unframed work in the browsers. The spring exhibition ends on 3rd May, with a new hang on 5th May.

Ordinary Courage

Ordinary Courage. Two plate sugar lift etching and aquatint with chine colle

 

Bourneside Gallery. No 1 North Street, Dorking, Surrey RH4 1DN

Exhibiting with Greenwich Printmakers 31st March – 25th April

Close Your Eyes and Dream

Close Your Eyes and Dream. 2 plate etching

 

Open Studios. Second Floor Studios & Arts

Studio 17, Unit 0, Riverside entrance, Harrington Way, London, SE18 5NR

16th – 17th May 11.00am – 6.00pm

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Good Morning Midnight. Painting on canvas, acrylic & oil

 

Jack House Gallery. 121 High Street Old, Portsmouth, PO1 2HW

25th June  – 1st August. 10.00am – 6.00pm. Group show

Sally. SUB II

SUB II. Sugar lift etching with chine colle

 

Edinburgh Art Fair.  Arte in Europa, 77 Poplar Park, Port Seton, East Lothian, EH32 0TE

13th – 15th November

Drawn to You. Etching and Aquatint

 

Open Studio.Second Floor Studios & Arts

Studio 17, Unit 0, Harrington Way, London, SE18 5NR

21st, 22nd November 11.00am – 6.00pm

 

Beyond Print. No Format Gallery. 

Harrington Way, London, SE18 5NR

November and December, dates and more information to follow soon.

Gwyn Emberton Dance. My People

Sunday, March 29th, 2015

26 March 2015

Gwyn Emberton Dance. My People

I have been drawing Gwyn Emberton Dance during rehearsals for My People, at Greenwich Dance. This dark turbulent dance takes it’s name and inspiration from Caradoc Evans‘ collection of controversial short stories written in 1915. The six dancers, Gwyn Emberton, Federica Esposito, Albert Garcia, Anais Michelin, Ryan O’Neill and Rachele Rapisardi transport the audience through strong flowing movement to the turbulent village life of Manteg.

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Choreography Gwyn Emberton, music composed by Benjamin Talbot and Tic Ashfield. Lighting design, Aideen Malone and costumes by Neil Davies.

Performances: Alra Theatre London 7th, 8th April.

Taliesin, Abertawe / Swansea 10 April

Theatr y Fwrdeistref Y Fenni / Borough Theatre, Abergavenny 29 April

Glan yr Afon / The Riverfront, Casnewydd / Newport 30 April

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English National Ballet. Modern Masters

Thursday, March 12th, 2015

12 March 2015

English National Ballet. Modern Masters

English National Ballet at Sadler’s Wells 10 – 15 March dancing Petite Mort, choreographed by Jiri Kylian, Spring and Fall choreography by John Neumeier and William Forsythe‘s In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated.

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In The Middle, Somewhat Elevated

Who Killed Bambi? & Metropolis

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

5 March 2015

Renaud Wiser Company. Who Killed Bambi? & Metropolis

I’ve been privileged to draw at some rehearsals of Renaud Wiser‘s extraordinary dance Who Killed Bambi? The London premier will be at Greenwich Dance tomorrow evening. A few of my scribbles will be on show in the pop-up bar.

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bambi programme 4_edited-1 Performance 6th March 8.00pm at Greenwich Dance. Book tickets from Greenwich Dance

Etching – Edward Scissorhands Rehearsals

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

18 February 2015

Etching from Edward Scissorhands rehearsal drawings

I was privileged to have been at 3 Mills Studios to draw during rehearsals of New Adventures, Edward Scissorhands this 2 plate sugar-lift etching is based on one of the drawings of Edward (minus the scissors)

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Between One Breath and the Next

Edward Scissorhands is now touring

Ballet Black at The Linbury

Friday, February 13th, 2015

13 February 2015

Ballet Black at The Linbury

To Fetch a Pail of Water? Depouillement (2009). Second Coming

Kit Holder choreographed the first dance of the evening, To Fetch a Pail of Water? Based on the nursery rhyme, Jack and Jill, Holder has given it an alternative story line, presenting his own version of why they went uphill and it was far from innocent.

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Depouillement choreographed by Will Tuckett followed, music composed by Ravel, Sonata for violin & cello: Allegro, Tres vif, Lent and Depouillement.

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I was glad I was told in the interval to read the programme blurb about the final dance of the evening, Second Coming choreographed by Mark Bruce. Without it I would have felt quite lost.

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A great evening of strong choreography and beautiful dance. The drawings were made during the performance in the dark.

Richard Alston Dance Company

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

27 January 2015

Richard Alston Dance Company. 20th Anniversary Performances

Sadlers Wells 26th – 27th January the Richard Alston Dance Company staged a magnificent 20th Anniversary performance. Rejoice in the  Lamb, choreographed by Artistic Director Richard Alston opened the evening, with music: Rejoice in the  Lamb, Benjamin Britain, 1943, a full choir the Montclair State University Vocal Accord sang on stage to accompany. Burning choreographed by associate choreographer Martin Lawrence followed, with music by Franz Liszt (1849).  World premier for Nomadic choreographed by Richard Alston and Ajani Johnson-Goffe with fabulous music by Shukar Collective. Martin Lawrence choreographed the final dance Madcap, 2012.

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Above: Burning

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Above and below: Nomadic

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Above: Madcap

Young Men. Balletboyz

Friday, January 16th, 2015

16 January 2015

Young Men. BalletBoyz, at Sadler’s Wells

Choreographer Ivan Perez creates a dance to commemorate the First World War with commissioned orchestral music by Keaton Henson played live and visible through the back curtain. A cast of 11 men and 2 women, the choreography is fast and sometimes frantic, rarely slowing. (Only criticism? Gloomy lighting, making drawing a struggle.)

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Who Killed Bambi?

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

January 14 2015

Who Killed Bambi? Renaud Wiser Dance Company

First day drawing Renaud Wiser Dance Company, Who Killed Bambi? at Greenwich Dance. London premiere will be at Greenwich Dance March 6th, don’t miss this show, it will be a fabulous evening

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Just Us Dance Theatre

Saturday, December 6th, 2014

6th December 2014

Just Us Dance Theatre

New Beginnings Chapter II

Just Us Dance Theatre fuses hip-hop and contemporary dance, created by Joseph Toonga with Ricardo Da Silva and Rudeen in 2007. An inspiring evening of 10 short dance works, each with a different choreographer at Greenwich Dance.

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