Spring Loaded: Triple Bill

5 Jun 2013

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Cost of entry

£15 / £12 (cons)

The Place

London, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Tube st: Euston, King Cross St Pancras
  • Trains: St Pancras

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Robert Clark: Amstatten An allegory of fear and confinement. Amsatten draws on stories of hostage situations taken from news reports of the past 30 years presenting the audience a piece that is both beautiful and disturbing. Amsatten contrasts the performer's inner landscape with the imposition of a restricted physical space accompanied by a stark and geometric lighting design by Guy Hoare. Robert Clark is a Work Place artist. In 2003, he was awarded the Simone Michelle Choreography Prize from Laban and a Dance UK Choreographic Observation to work with Siobhan Davis in 2004. Robert has been Associate Artist with Dance4 since 2004. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Greenwich Dance, Escalator, The Place, Dance Digital, Trestle and Dance4. www.robert-clark.org.uk --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- James Wilton: In Cycles In Cycles explores the Hindu philosophy of re-incarnation and our role within the cycle of nature. We are bound by fate and inevitability from the moment we are born but if we are lucky, the end is not the end. James Wilton began his choreographic career whilst studyingat LCDS. He was then commisioned to develop work for Scottish Dance Theatre. In 2010 James created his first professional work The Shortest Day which won Sadler's Wells' Global Dance Contest and the Audience Award for Best Choreography at the 16 Masdanza Choreography Competition in the Canary Islands. Supported by the BBC Performing Arts Fund, Swindon Dance, South East Dance and Kent Council. www.jameswiltondance.org.uk ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- James Cousins: There We Have Been Taking inspiration from the troubled relationships portrayed in Murakami's best selling novel, Norwegian Wood, There We Have Been presents a daringly intimate glimpse into a secluded world of fragile dependency. This touching duet sees the two performers intensely folding, wrapping and balancing, with the female character barely ever touching the floor. ‘Simply one of the most stunning contemporary dance pieces I have ever seen' londondance.com Originally produced by Re:Bourne for the New Adventures Choreographer Award. Supported by Arts Council England, Dance East, The Place and Sadler's Wells. www.jamescousinsdance.co.uk ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There will be a post-show Q & A with all three companies

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