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Trying It On



Lea Anderson’s Trying It On will be performed as part of The Bristol Museum and Art Gallery’s Museum At Night on May 16th 2018. It will be a performed exhibition of a selection of costumes from The Cholmondeleys and The Featherstonehaughs’ archives, which are housed in BV Studios Bristol, performed by 6 dancers with a sound track by Steve Blake. The costumes will include designs by Sandy Powell, Emma Fryer and Simon Vincenzi.

Flying Head and Monkey Boy

Full Bloom Festival: Evening Performance

 

A festival of dance for and by older people at Trinity Arts, Bristol
28th January 2018: Starts 19:00 to21:15

Full Bloom Festival – join Gerry’s Attic over 55’s Dance Company for their evening performance.

7:00pm: A discussion panel with speakers from Pavilion Dance South West, LinkAge and Lea Anderson, talking about dance for older people.

7:30pm: Interval

8:00pm: Come and see a dazzling performance showcasing the tireless work of Gerry’s Attic Dance company, including a new piece. – Flying Head and Monkey Boy,  by Lea Anderson with guest performances from Yama ad Striking Attitudes.

Prices and Admission: Tickets for the evening performance are £7. This evening’s performances are part of the Full Bloom Festival which includes daytime workshops.

 

Image artwork by Hannah Hoch

Work with Gerry’s Attic in Bristol

Lea is working with Gerry’s Attic dance company at Trinity Arts Centre, Bristol.

We are making a new short mash-up work to be shown in early 2018.

Gerry’s Attic is directed by Julia Thornycroft:

Gerry’s Attic Dance (over 55’s)

You’ve Changed: Dates 2017

You’ve Changed  produced by  Trans Creative

Remaining performance dates for 2017:

7th November: Liverpool, Homotopia, Unity Theatre

10th, 11th November: Salford, Flying Solo Festival, Lowry Quays Theatre

17th November: Birmingham, Shout Festival, mac birmingham

1st December: Lancaster Arts

Bloodsucker Film

Bloodsucker

Production shots by Rachel Cherry of Bloodsucker performed by Anjali Dance Company with choreography by Lea Anderson, sound by Steve Blake and design by Simon Vincenzi. Bloodsucker is touring the UK, Spain and Mexico this autumn 2017 as part of their Genius programme.

Ladies & Gentlemen Autumn Tour Begins

Excerpts of Ladies & Gentlemen were presented  at the Festival of Thrift in Redcar this weekend. The show in its entirety will open this week at Chapter Arts in Cardiff, – September 28, 29, 30. The work will then be touring through October.

Mumford Theatre, Cambridge 9 October 2017

Jersey Opera House 11 October 2017

Winchester Theatre Royal 18 October 2017

Bath Spa University 19 October 2017

De Montford University, Leicester 21 October 2017

Exeter Phoenix 23 October 2017

Greenwich Dance, London 27 October 2017

Bloodsucker Premiere

 

Bloodsucker will premiere as part of Anjali’s Genius tour in Newcastle: Dance City on Thursday 5th October 2017performances at 1.30pm and 6pm

 

Performances

 

Bloodsucker

Anjali Dance Company will be touring Bloodsucker this autumn as part of their Genius programme.

Bloodsucker is choreographed by Lea with sound by Steve Blake and design by Simon Vincenzi.

Dates:

Thursday 5th October 2017 -Dance City, Newcastle upon Tyne –

Monday 9th October 2017 -The Theatre, Chipping Norton

Tuesday 10 October 2017 -Forest Arts Centre, Walsall

Monday 16th October 2017 -Malvern Theatres, Malvern

Wednesday 25th October 2017 -The House, Plymouth University, Plymouth

Wednesday 1 November – Artrix, Bromsgrove

Saturday 4th November 2017 -borough Arts Centre, Leicester

Tuesday 7th November 2017 – Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre, Lancaster

Thursday 9th November 2017 – Lancaster Arts, Lancaster

Sunday 12th November 2017 -Sagarra Theater (FITI Festival), Barcelona

Saturday 25th November 2017 -IV Festival Oxímoron 2017, Querétaro City, Mexico

Sunday 3rd December 2017 –TBC, Puebla City, Mexico

 

You’ve Changed

Reviews

https://edinburghfestival.list.co.uk/article/93801-youve-changed/

https://www.thestage.co.uk/reviews/2017/youve-changed-review-at-northern-stage-summerhall/