Words by Maxine Flasher-Düzgüneş Togetherness is irreplaceable. Its memory washes over us like waves, its palpability remains an insurmountable reminder of its loss. In Jake Stangel’s 2018 film ‘Mercury’, Fullstop Dance company members Kathryn Florez […]
Words by Ines Carvalho. If this year is teaching us something in the arts sector, it’s definitely that the digital world can enhance a global community of artists to connect and reach wider audiences. Even […]
During Black History Month, we look at the past, present and future of Black Dance and how we can act towards a more equitable diverse dance scene. We spoke with Beverley Glean MBE, founder and artistic director of IRIE! dance theatre, about her journey and mission of raising the profile of Dance of the African Diaspora (DAD) in the United Kingdom.
Words by Stella Rousham. ‘The inspiration is my life, I guess. A combination of wanting to fight for dancers, wanting to fight for artists and wanting people to understand how racism works.’ Since graduating with […]
Words by Katie Hagan. It seems apt that choreographer Jonathan Burrows and composer Matteo Fargion have based their new work Let us stop this mad rush towards the end on an interpretation of Shakespeare’s line: […]
Words by Giordana Patumi. I had the opportunity to interview the two directors and choreographers of the Belgian dance theatre collective Peeping Tom, who will make their US and Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) debut […]
Welcome to the first Choreocast! Our first guest is dance artist Akeim Toussaint – aka Toussaint To Move – who will be speaking to us about his personal experiences of moving from Jamaica to UK, […]