Posts Tagged ‘Solo’

Don’t miss GLITCH at Nour Festival on Tuesday, November 1, 8pm at Chelsea Theatre: 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.


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.

The Moment is a 37-minute contemporary dance solo that was created in Casablanca, Morocco last year and then had its world premiere at The Tabernacle in London’s Notting Hill for Nour Festival 2014.

Here is the teaser for The Moment:

Here are some images from the creation in Morocco:

Here are some more images from Benny Williams and wide shots from Mars El Brogy, who also produced and managed the solo:

The Moment is an exploration of part of my own personal spiritual journey, exploring the state of mind in being able to understand beyond the obvious, in being able to interpret the daily messages we receive from the universe, as well as the state of mind after that moment of understanding.
Here is an interview with me talking about the process I took during creation of The Moment:

I’m hoping to tour this piece from end of this year on. I’m looking forward to sharing to audiences around the world.