Things are getting pretty crucial at the moment. My A Level Art exam is in precisely one week, and in six weeks time I will have finished all of my exams, be done with school and counting down the days until I start at NSCD. But, I have to get through all that first, plus, … Continue reading Exam Stress, Injury Stress, Life Stress
Eryck Brahmania- Rambert Dance Company and Hong Kong Ballet. Exclusive opportunity to ask questions and find out more about the dance world. This sounds like something not to be missed, something so good that I’ve even pencilled it into my diary already so I don’t forget to check it out! Believe me I will be avidly … Continue reading Opportunity: IdeasTap Forum with Eryck Brahmania| Tuesday 23rd April 1pm-2pm
After my experience as a judge of the IdeasTap panel, and my own experience of applying for funding or just filling out arts application forms in general, I’ve picked up a few things on what makes a successful applicant. There are four main aspects of an application that I believe you need to get across … Continue reading so you want some money, huh?
It’s the Easter Intensive. I’ve spent two days working hard with James Cousins on our Easter piece and I’m pretty knackered. And inevitably there’s a party in the middle of the intensive hosted by one of my school friends. Do I? a) go, party hard, and regret it the next day b) go for a … Continue reading antisocial?! I don’t think so…
My annual trip to see Richard Alston Dance Company at Norwich Theatre Royal. Whilst I love that Alston succeeds in branching out to audience members who don’t have much an association with contemporary dance, I’m still processing my feelings about the performance. Richard Alston and his work is very technical and rhythmical, but I can’t … Continue reading Richard Alston Dance Company| Wednesday 13th March 2013