• Emergence

    31/1/2019 | 7.30pm10.00pm

    Tickets: £12 Full, £10 Conc

    Venue: Stage One, stage@leeds, University of Leeds

    31st January 2019 @ 7.30pm

     

    Led by Artistic Director Joss Arnott and Programme Leader Sarie Mairs Slee, the dancers come together to tour a double bill of works created for and with them by Arnott and Phoenix Dance Theatre’s Artistic Director Sharon Watson, who is the company’s guest choreographer for 2018-19.

    The 12 female dancers in the company will perform the two works which both take empowerment as their starting point.

    Watson’s piece titled And still I walk… draws inspiration from the women’s suffrage movement and focuses on the universal theme of mankind’s continued plight for justice. This deeply emotional piece features a transformative score of music by Hans Zimmer and Max Richter which enhances the sense of being taken on an emotional journey, and costumes inspired by a visit to the People’s History Museum in Manchester. Speaking about the piece, Sharon said “the piece has been inspired by 100 years of the suffragette’s movement. A movement which I think and believe is still relevant to us today. It’s a message that speaks to our females as well as our men”.

    Arnott’s work When Worlds Collide also features a powerful, cinematic score which has been composed specially by James Keane. Taking the music as a starting point, Arnott works with the dancers to create the piece, first teaching them his unique physical language before the collaboration can begin. This language, which is rooted in classical and contemporary techniques builds on the dancer’s strengths creating a work that is thrilling to watch. Joss has described the work as “a really exhilarating spectacle, demonstrating an exquisite interplay between movement, music and lighting which audiences will hopefully remember for a long time”.

    The 12-venue tour starts with the premiere on 29th November in Salford and travels to Leeds on 31st January then Sale, Tunbridge Wells, Harrogate, Dundee, Truro, Kendall, London, Horsham and Cardiff before the final performance in Hull on 19th March 2019.

  • Off The Middle

    In Other Words

    25/2/2019 | 7.30pm9.00pm

    They call it ‘the incident’ now. What happened, when they first met. He always said it was part of his romantic plan, but they both know that’s rubbish.

    Join Arthur and Jane, at the beginning, as they tell us their story.

  • Democracy

    5/3/201911/3/2019

    Performances @ University of Leeds, stage@leeds, Stage One

    Monday 4th March 2019 @ 10:30 & 13:30

    Tuesday 5th March 2019 @ 10:30 & 13:30

    Monday 11th March 2019 @ 10:30 & 13:30

    Tickets £10 per person

     

    Democracy. It throws up all sorts of stuff.

     

    Join us to watch Rox, Paper and The Scissors as they battle to become School President but find out the hard way that not all elections are fought fairly.

     

    This is a fun, fast-paced and sometimes silly show about Democracy for 9+ year olds (ideal for Years 5, 6 and 7).

     

    Come and see how we bring PHSCE/British Values to life.  School bookings (25 tickets+) will qualify for a free one-hour workshop on the Rule of Law.

     

    The performances are aimed at schools but open to everyone.

     

    Presented by Gone to the Dogs Productions Ltd. www.GttD.co.uk

     

     

  • Devika Dance Theatre

    Dances of India

    15/12/2018 | 5.00pm7.30pm

    Dances of India by Devika Dance Academy

    • VENUE: STAGE ONE, STAGE @ LEEDS, UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS
    • DOORS: 5.00PM
    • CURFEW: 7.30PM
    • PRICE(S): CONCESSION £9, FULL £12
    • AGE: NO AGE RESTRICTION
Book TicketsEmergence
31/1/2019 | 7.30pm10.00pm
Book TicketsIn Other Words
25/2/2019 | 7.30pm9.00pm
Book TicketsDemocracy
5/3/201911/3/2019
Dances of India
15/12/2018 | 5.00pm7.30pm

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