EVOLVE February Half Term – Senior Dance← BACK
What EVOLVE February Half Term – Senior Dance
When Mon 18th - Wed 20th February 12noon - 5.30pm
Where H.G. Wells Conference & Events Centre, GU21 6HJ
Come and join Dance Woking in this 3 day dance intensive!
For those who have some dance experience and would like to develop their skills further and perform. We are delighted that dancers will have the opportunity to have a three day dance intensive with Alexander Whitley Dance Company to create a curtain raiser using stimulus and signature movement from 8 Minutes.
A fantastic opportunity to work with a professional company and work towards a performance
DATES: Monday 18th to Wednesday 20th February 2019
TIMES: 12noon – 5.30pm (Registration from 11.45am)
VENUE: The Kemp Room, H.G. Wells Conference & Events Centre, Church Street East, Woking, GU21 6HJ
The fee includes the three days of dance classes with Alexander Whitley Dance Company, performance of this newly created piece, a curtain raiser for Alexander Whitley Dance Company on the 21st March (including a rehearsal nearer the time and tech/dress rehearsal) and to watch 8 Minutes after performing!
A Curtain Raiser performance at 8 Minutes:
WHEN: Thursday 21st March 2019, 7.30pm (Rehearsal details TBC)
VENUE: Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking, GU21
About Alexander Whitley Dance Company: Alexander Whitley is a London-based choreographer working at the cutting edge of British contemporary dance. He has also created work for several of the UK’s leading companies including the Royal Ballet, Rambert, Balletboyz, Candoco and Birmingham Royal Ballet. Alexander Whitley Dance Company was established in 2014 bringing together artists and academics from a wide range of fields including science, architecture and design. The workshop will be with members of the Alexander Whitley Dance Company.
If you would like more information please contact Kate on 01483 495460 or email@example.com
To book, please complete the booking form: EVOLVE-February-Half-Term-2019-Booking-Form
An interview with choreographer Alexander Whitley and his experience with dance and choreography