Artists & Companies

Check out the carefully selected artists and companies we work with.

Seeta Patel

Beautiful and thought-provoking, independent artist, Seeta Patel, overlaps forms and concepts, all underpinned by the rigorous thought and attention to detail derived from her classical background of Bharatanatyam to create unique, artistic dance works.

 

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Keira Martin

With a passion for politics, reggae music, Irish dancing, and cultural diversity, down to earth Keira Martin creates hard hitting, emotive, honest and passionate contemporary performance art that draws on traditional dance and music influences. What you see is what you get! Prepare to be moved and entertained.

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Surface Area Dance Theatre

Surface Area Dance Theatre CIC, Est. 2007, is an award-winning UK dance company, directed by Nicole Vivien Watson and Paul Miller, that places accessibility & engagement at the heart of all company endeavours.

The company’s work is uniquely relevant and is one of few that is truly working at the interface between Sign Language, D/deaf culture & dance.

In 2018, SADT became a registered Level 2 Disability Confident Committed Employer.

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Carlos Pons Guerra – DeNada Dance Theatre

National Dance Award nominee Carlos Pons Guerra heads up the clever, sexy, comical and passionately poignant DeNada Dance Theatre. Using vigorous physicality and extravagant theatricality, they provoke, reflect and subvert offering darkly humorous narrative work.  

Funny, sexy and flamboyant – The Observer/Guardian

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Kapow

Through dance, circus and theatre, Kapow spread the joy of imagination, physical story telling and the moving body with audiences. Directors, Beth Powlesland and Eithne Kane, believe in wellness and creativity for people and the planet. You’ll catch them at festivals across the UK and in their hometown, Manchester.

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Yuvel Soria

Vibrant and highly gestural, Yuvel Soria combines traditional Bolivian Dance with Contemporary to unpick his mixed identity and cultural heritage.

Elusive and complex…Eloquent and intriguing – Exeunt Magazine