Dance on Screen

28 Mar 2012

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£5, £3 Concession, Free for Friends of Peninsula Arts

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Peninsula Arts

Plymouth, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Bus Stop drops off on North Hill
  • Plymouth Railway Station 5 mins walk
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Tea Time (2007), Bodmin Whale (2009), The Last GIG (2010), Mirrorland (2010), GRAVITAS — POSTCARDS (2009), Torrent (2012)


Tea Time (Dir. Lisa May Thomas)- In a deserted cafe two men exchange their time and unspoken thoughts. In Bodmin Whale(Dir. Chris-Lewis Smith) the movement material draws on the topography, textures, history and weather of a mossy oak wood. The Last GIG (Dir. Earthfall)is a reflective look at the life of a band on tour, with dark humour, affecting music and bold dance. Mirrorland (Dir. Chris-Lewis Smith) draws on investigations into how we experience landscape, in this instance one that is English and agricultural. GRAVITAS — POSTCARDS (Dir. Earthfall) was shot on location at The Hayes outside St David's Hall, Cardiff. Blind Torrent (Dir. Russell Frampton and Ruth Way) explores the perception of the body within landscape and the relationship between actual and imagined archaeological artefacts.

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