Anjali company will be touring Bloodsucker again in 2019 as part of the Genius double-bill. Design by Simon Vincenzi and sound design by Steve Blake.
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New work Laberinto will receive its premiere at the Theatre Britanico, Lima, Peru on the 7th February 2019. A second performance on the 8th and afterwards tour (dates tbc). A collaboration with the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú with Lea Anderson, musical direction by Steve Blake, costume design by Alonso Nuńez and lighting design by Mariano Marquez.
Danza Contemporanea de Cuba presented the premiere of Los Amores de Marte y Venus (The Loves of Mars and Venus) at the Gran Teatro, Havana on Friday 28th September. The work follows choreographer John Weavers’ description of his original work from 1717 and has original music by Steve Blake, design by Simon Vicenzi and lighting by Simon Corder.
Lea has been commissioned by the British Council to create a new work for Danza Contemporanea de Cuba in Havana. The new piece is based on a work by English choreographer John Weaver (1673-1760) entitled The Loves of Mars & Venus, which was premiered in London in 1717. Lea is working with 25 dancers with new music by Steve Blake, costume and staging design by Simon Vincenzi and lighting design by Simon Corder. The work will receive its premiere in Havana at the Alicia Alonso Theatre in Havana on the 28th September 2018.
Image by Simon Vincenzi
Trying It On, a performed exhibition of choreography and costume will be presented next Wednesday 16th May – At The Bristol Museum and Art Gallery as part of Museum at Night.
Costume designs by Emma Fryer, Sandy Powell and Simon Vincenzi and choreography from the repertory of The Cholmondeleys and The Featherstonehaughs will be featured, performed by Harry Alexander, Makiko Aoyama, Joshua Ben-Tovim, Anders Duckworth, Ella Mesma and Anna Pons Carrera, music by Steve Blake and Will Saunders and lighting and staging design by Simon Corder. Curated by Jay Cloth.
Performances at 8pm and 9pm
Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
A new writing commission by choreographer Lea Anderson on How to View Feature Film as Dance Performance
The Wapping Project Commissions enables artists to produce new works with unrestrained ambition. They launched in 2016 with aim to provide artists with funding and support to make new artworks. The Wapping Project is about freedom to create with as few constraints as possible.
The Wapping Project writing commissions are funded through the generosity of The Wapping Project’s members.