Artists & Companies

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

Inari Hulkkonen

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 Londonist

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Caldonia Walton

Through contemporary dance, dialogue, and explorations of mental health and anxiety, Caldonia’s relatable work gives the audience an insight into the inner workings of the mind. Caldonia is interested in performing in alternative venues, including hospitals, and rural touring.

Non Applicables

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.

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Barnaby Booth

Award winning choreographer and lighting designer, Barnaby Booth, creates energetic and thoughtful theatrical worlds through contemporary dance, with which he explores themes of human social interaction, personality and psychology, celebrating the miraculous power of imagination and storytelling in an unorthodox form.

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Akeim Toussaint Buck

Akeim is a multifaceted performing artist, born in Jamaica and raised in England. He seeks to create moving, thought provoking, accessible, organised and free spirited projects. Since graduating from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance with a first-class honours Bachelor degree in Performing Arts, Akeim has experimented with making cross-disciplinary work incorporating a mix of dance, writing, film, poetry, beat-boxing, singing and acting, to create performances that tell stories that bring together diverse audiences.

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