Ex-Phoenix Dance Theatre artist, Douglas Thorpe, makes highly physical contemporary dance work exploring people, relationships and life, interweaving current social-political themes to engage the audience in important conversations.
Thoughtful and intelligent, Crystal Zillwood creates dance work that is gentle yet far reaching. Her exceptional observations and interest is in people, human evolution and social behaviour results in honest and creative productions.
Highly articulate performer, Zillwood manages to suggest an expansive vision within a miniature work. – Sanjoy Roy, The GuardianView Site
Weaving movement, text and live music, Ieva Kuniskis creates physical theatre of visceral beauty. Her personal, emotive narratives and authentic characters tell stories and ask questions of everyday life.
…On the watch list of potential bright spark choreographers – Londondance.comView Site
Talented and emerging artist, Inari Hulkkonen, came to the UK from Finland to study at Northern School of Contemporary Dance.
Inari was selected as one of NSCD’s CATAPULT artists 2019/20 to develop her choreographic skills with support from Spin Arts Producer, Sarah Shead.
Hagit Yakira Dance
Award-winning Hagit Yakira explores human relationships through subtle and striking dance. By playing with fiction and reality, emotion and feeling, she shifts seamlessly between drama and humour. The result being a sophisticated product that has emotion and intimacy at its core.
Eloquently crafted and beautifully performed – The LondonistView Site
Hilariously witty and straight talking, Non Applicables, create fun, clever, entertaining work that comments on today’s culture. Non Applicables are directed by Fenella Ryan and joined by a variety of LGBTQ+ independent dance artists for cabaret nights.View Site