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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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
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.
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
Volume 2 Number 1 of Studies in Costume and Performance is now published, edited by Donatella Barbieri with articles by Mary Kate Connolly on Lea Anderson’s use of costume, by Lara Maleen Kipp on Howard Barker, the sublime and iconic dresses, by Patricia Lennox on Arthur Rackham and design practice, and by Emily Collett and Roger Alsop on national identity, ballet and costume. The events reviews edited by Nadia Malik include Fiona Watt on Pamela Howard’s exhibition at AUB, Michael Spencer on The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined by Judith Clark and Adam Phillips, Myrsini Pichou on Costume on Stage and Screen held in Athens and Katie Barford on Costume and Fashion in Context and Practice at Huddersfield University. Book reviews edited by Suzanne Osmond are for The Superhero Costume: Identity and Disguise in Fact and Fiction read by Chris Comerford; also for Mute Movements: A Collective Performance Art journey through Beirut, which is reflected upon by Ester Mangas Fernandez; and for Unbuttoned: The Art and Artists of Theatrical Costume Design reviewed by Suzanne Osmond.
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