The essence of our work is derived from human experience and the ways in which we interact with one another. We create work for a variety of spaces and contexts.
For more information on our current shows and events go here.
Epilogue V1 2008/09
Got Legs 2010/11
Created after gaining the TURN 2011 choreography award – Ballast is based on women from Greek tragedies such as Electra and Antigone, where their fates are set and we are watching the dismantling and unravelling of their humanity.
Performed to an original score by composer Stephen Brown.
STOP! Ladies Crossing 2012/13
Commissioned for Urban Moves 2012 by Dance Manchester and Manchester and Bolton Council, Stop Ladies is a street theatre piece designed to make you laugh out loud as the hen party from hell invades your personal space. The girls will chase, cajole, cry and dance with you until something else takes their fancy, but remember – no one leave auntie K behind!
Image Credit: Geoff Atwell
The truth about me 2013/14
Based on Lindsey’s MA research into communication systems used in the studio, the dancer as actor and how we use methodology to devise work, The truth about me’ is based on our sometimes rose-tinted view of ourselves and the way in which we bend the truth to appear more interesting, exciting, sexy, employable!
A funny, insightful, dance theatre piece set and performed in a bar, the performers date, cajole and come clean about themselves to and with their audience.
Image Credit: Helen Newall
When the world ends what do you stash? PREPPERS is an experimental piece of physical theatre that introduces four distinct yet interlinked characters as they deal with the end of the world.
Image Credit: TURN 2014/HaB
Piece of Cake 2015/16
A light-hearted and ridiculous street theatre performance for all ages – Piece of Cake is an epic cake-tastrophe of all proportions. Join Ant and Sarah as they strap on their aprons and demonstrate just how it’s done!
Initially commissioned by Ludus Dance as a Wise-UP Micro Commission, Piece of Cake has been performed at a number of events and festivals including: Lancashire ENCOUNTER 2015, Lancaster First Friday Festival (July 2016), the Just Be Children’s Arts Festival (Lancaster), the Burnley College Arts Festival and most recently the 2017 Morecambe Carnival.
This show is currently available for booking and is suitable for outdoor events and festivals (family friendly and cheekier versions available on request). For more information contact – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image Credit: Josh Hawkins
LOL Moments 2016
Commissioned by Preston Guild City for the Lancashire ENCOUNTER festival 2016, LOL Moments see’s a washed out magician and magician’s assistant try to host a game show! With these two, who knows what’s going to happen!
With original music by Lee Affen, LOL Moments has been produced with in kind support from Ludus Dance.