Posts Tagged ‘Dance’

Day 3 of my Extemporaneous Dance Style pro class. Great to see so many beautiful talented dancers! Back in again tomorrow at 9.00-10.30am at The Place: http://bit.ly/2mTEeOZ.

Much love and peace to you.

 

Day 2 with my Extemporaneous Dance Style pro class at The Place. If you’ve missed it, you’ve got tomorrow 9am – 10.30am and the rest of the week to join something out of this world! 😉

Don’t miss GLITCH at Nour Festival on Tuesday, November 1, 8pm at Chelsea Theatre: http://bit.ly/2dNNrVq. GLITCH is my contemporary dance solo on memory, memory loss and in response to my collaborator Alice Anderson’s “Memory only exists when it is recalled…” Catch the post-show talk talking about the science of memory with Professor Nicky Clayton (Rambert’s in-house scientist) and how to power up your memory (Michael Tipper) and chaired by veteran arts journalist Donald Hutera.

With thanks to Ideas Tap Innovators Fund and Hiive for their support.

It has been an absolute privilege to have taught my Extemporaneous Dance Style Class over at Cairo Contemporary Dance Centre earlier this month. Really looking forward to seeing the future results of what I’ve planted in the next generation of contemporary dance artists in Egypt. Thank you Karima Mansour (CCDC), Cathy Costain (British Council) and Mars El Brogy (SEBC Producer/Manager) for making this happen.

Had a brilliant sharing of GLITCH over in Bath. Thank you for the feedback and to the organisers for this opportunity. And big thanks to The Mosaic Rooms for the support.

Sharing with you the highlights of my solo The Moment rehashed and performed at The Mosaic Rooms earlier this year.


Very honoured to perform at The Mosaic Rooms‘ first ever dance event. Q&A was hosted by Times critic and dramaturg Donald Hutera.

Fresh from its premiere at Rose Theatre Kingston, dancer, performer and choreographer Salah El Brogy performed his latest solo, Letting Go at Oxford’s Old Fire Station as part of GOlive.

Curated by Times critic and dramaturg Donald Hutera, Letting Go was part of a four-day dance festival that’s under the Dancin’ Oxford 2016 umbrella.

Here are some pics from tech:

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An artist/audience member was “left speechless” after the performance:

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Here’s a review:

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