Combining sleek choreography and a live musical score, The Blurred Expanse is a surreal, post-rave and flourescent world. It playfully explores solo identities and group dynamics.
Following from a previous research and development period, Julia James-Griffiths will be continuing to develop her new work The Box alongside four dancers. This work looks into the impact depression can have on an individual, and how our society responds to it.
Offsite and outdoor performance installation inspired by Victorian spirit photography and belief in the afterlife. Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 13th, 14th and 15th August.
Choreographer and Tramway Associate Artist Jack Webb and a company of three exceptional dancers confront and explore the dramatic notion of end points, the end of the world, the end of life as we know it, the end of good, bad and all in between. Extraordinary choreographic style and powerful soundscapes combine for a startlingly thoughtful and compelling experience that looks our very existence straight in the eye.
Rob Heaslip Dance present an ensemble piece of contemporary dance exploring identity; is one’s identity a choice or a group consensus?
W-Hat About? is a brand-new interactive dance-theatre piece for families and young audiences.