Romeo and Julien 1pm, Sunday 16th October 2016 Seven Arts, Chapel Allerton My other half, Ben, has had limited exposure to the words of Shakespeare and the medium of contemporary dance. Although, this lack of exposure is not through his distaste of both forms I have taken it upon myself, as a lover of both, … Continue reading A Review of Romeo & Julien
a young white girl, who has seen little and knows little old, naive conflicted, swirling I feel young, because at the age of twenty-one I should surely feel young. If fate decides to deal me a bountiful hand I should expect to see many long years stretching out before me. I am still studying, learning, … Continue reading Who am I?
A few photos from the performance of my durational installation: M U S É E | D E | L A | D A N S E It was beautiful to watch how the installation would continually grow, with the line between performer and audience constantly blurring, so much so that it was a pleasure to see … Continue reading M U S É E | D E | L A | D A N S E
Good morning, and congratulations on accepting your problem. Now that we have undertaken more research we can diagnose your condition as an adrenaline junkie. By opting to pursue a career in dance you have only intensified the addiction, but don’t worry we are here to help… I feel like this is what everyone should receive when … Continue reading Congratulations
One thing that I’ve been saying throughout first year is that I want to push myself to create movement. I feel like it is an area that I still need to explore, but felt slightly scared and intimidated to enter into. Being creative on its own is not something that I find scary, but having … Continue reading making movement