All posts tagged Steve Blake

My Snaps on Tour

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Snapshot, a new work commissioned by Step Up Dance Project will premiere at Dance Limerick on Wednesday 24th August and will tour to  NUI Galway on Thursday 25th August,  Firkin Crane, Cork on Friday 26th August and Dancehouse, Dublin,  on Saturday 27th August 2016.

Getting Dressed -photos by baby cakes romero

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Photos of Getting Dressed Performance at The Royal Festival Hall, London

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Performers: Harry Alexander, Amy Bell, Anders Duckworth, Annie Hanauer with Vincenzo D’Acquisto, Ruben Brown, Samuel Costello, Madeleine Jonsson, Sophie Moores, Sean Murray, Georgia Redgrave , Ellen Slatkin,

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3Getting Dressed– On Saturday 23rd July 2016 on the Clore ballroom at the Royal festival Hall.

A specially commissioned performance by The Southbank Centre as part of Fashion Undressed Festival. 

Screening of Edits Film at Curious?

Edits FilmA chance to see Edits Film, at Baltic Newcastle. July 9th 2016 as part of Curious? Festival.

Film directed by Marisa Zanotti about Edits by Lea Anderson’s and The Featherstonehaughs

6pm – 7pm Curious? Queer Film Screening of “Edits” plus artist talk with film maker Marisa Zanotti  @ BALTIC (Cinema) – £3 or free with any Curious? event ticket

Photos Of Hand In Glove

Photos by Pau Ros of Hand In Glove Exhibition. Pau has photographed the work of The Cholmondeleys and The Featherstonehaughs many times and it was great to see him at the V&A museum.
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Tale Tales Brighton



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Tall Tales in Brighton Festival

Three Score Dance celebrate the 50th Brighton Festival by bringing together 50 dancers aged over 50 to perform the specially commissioned Tall Tales – a special reconstruction from memory of a series of performed paintings that we believe might have been presented at some time during the Festival’s history.

Maybe.

Devised by choreographer Lea Anderson, with audio guide by Steve Blake and design by Tim Spooner.

The action takes place on the beach by the West Pier and is accompanied by an audio guide which will be available to download to your phone or device from the Brighton Festival website in the coming weeks.

http://brightonfestival.org/event/8172/three_score_dance/

Sun 8 May, 4pm & 5.30pm

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Hand In Glove

Hand In Glove at the Victoria and Albert Museum ended today.

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