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Laberinto

Peruvian contemporary dance company’s first commissioned work tours to the UK in January 2020

Laberinto, Lea’s work for Danza PUCP in Lima Peru with music by Steve Blake, costume design by Alonso Nuñez and staging and lighting design by Mariano Marquez will be touring the UK for the first time with performances at:

Bristol Old Vic Studio- 16, 17, 18 January 2020

Swansea, Express Yourself Festival, Elysium Gallery- 21, 22 January 2020

Newport Riverfront Theatre- 23 January 2020

Creative Fellowship at The Bill Douglas Museum

Lea has been awarded an Arts and Culture Creative Fellow at the Bill Douglas Museum Cinema Museum at Exeter University and will be conducting research into peepshows, lantern slides, stereoscopes, panoramas and other optical objects, looking at ways this collection might inspire live work.

Fat Blokes

Nominated for UK Theatre Awards 2019

Achievement in Dance 

Scottee: for Fat Blokes an uplifting collaboration with choreographer Lea Anderson and cast

Duckie Loves Fanny

September 6th 2019: Walthamstow Assembly Hall

Harry Alexander, Gary Clarke, Valentina Formenti, Daniel Hay-Gordon, Maho Ihara, Frauke Requardt, Temi Ajose-Cutting, Makiko Aoyama, Katy Baird, Charles Chan, Iro Costello, Tamar Draper, Sue Frumin, Carl Harrison, Keith Heywood, Keran James, Robyn Johnson, Nando Messias, Sean Murray, David Ogle, Claudia Palazzo, Eleanor Perry, Charlie Wood, Photos by Holly Revell

Horniman Museum

Lea will be in residence at The Horniman Museum in partnership with The Place from 16th -20th September 2020, in conversation with people from all departments researching ways to work with the museum in the future.

FAT BLOKES at The Edinburgh Fringe

Fat Blokes is a work directed by Scottee with choreography by Lea Anderson. Performances at The Assembly Rooms,22:40, 18 – 22 AUG


Le Navet Bete

Le Navet Bete Company will present their new production of THE THREE MUSKETEERS, at The Northcott Theatre. Written and directed by John Nicholson, movement direction by Lea Anderson, composer and sound design by Peter Coyte, set design by Ti Green and costume design by Fi Russell.

Wed 1 – Sun 5 May 2019

Wed – Sat Evenings 7.30pm
Fri Green Matinee 2pm
Sat & Sun Matinees 2.30pm

Yippeee!!!

photo Pau Ros

Trinity Laban has invited Lea to reconstruct a 20 minute section of Yippeee!! her work created in 2006, for a group of BA students as part of their annual Historical Project. Lea will be assisted by dancers from The Cholmondeleys, Makiko Aoyama and Valentina Formenti. Yippeee!!! features music by Steve Blake and costume designs by Simon Corder. Performances at The Bonnie Bird Theatre. Laban Building, 30 Creekside, London SE8 3DZ on 20, 21 June 2019.

photo Pau Ros
photo Pau Ros

The Alien’s Guide To Dance Gone Wrong

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