All posts tagged Lea Anderson

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

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


Laberinto

Gallery

The Alien’s Guide to Dance Gone Wrong

Maiden Voyage will present a new work by Lea Anderson, The Alien’s Guide to Dance Gone Wrong at The MAC Belfast on 8th, 9th and 10th March 2019.

13th March at Theatre at The Mill Newtownabbey

20th March at The Market Place, Theatre, Armagh

Costume and Object Design – Tim Spooner

Music – Steve Blake

Lighting Design by Ciaran Bagnall


Bloodsucker

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.

Fat Blokes

Fat Blokes is a work directed by Scottee with choreography by Lea Anderson.

Performances this week at The Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London, Attenborough Centre, Brighton on the 14th November and at The Unity Theatre, Liverpool on the 18th November.

Review: https://elephant.art/fat-blokes/

Trying It On in Bristol

Premiere of Los Amores de Marte y Venus in Havana, Cuba.


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.