All posts tagged Tim Spooner

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

New London Date for Ladies & Gentlemen Tour

There is a new date announced for the Ladies & Gentlemen autumn tour 2017.

27th October 2017: Greenwich Dance, Borough Hall, Royal Hill, London SE10 8RE

Autumn Tour Announced For Ladies & Gentlemen

UK tour dates announced for Ladies & Gentlemen, directed and choreographed by Lea Anderson and directed and composed by Steve Blake, costume design by Tim Spooner, lighting design by Simon Corder and starring Makiko Aoyama, Gareth Clark, Belinda Neave, Marega Palser, Caroline Sabin and Bert Van Gorp.

Besieged by an ever shifting and bewildering miscellany of inscrutable and enigmatic props, the last sorry remnants of a legendary music hall family doggedly endeavour to reconstruct fragments of misremembered routines and hazily recollected punch-lines, in a hopeless attempt to revive their all but forgotten Music Hall act.

Dates:

Festival of Thrift, Yorkshire 23-24 September 2017

Chapter Arts 28-30 September 2017

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

  • Arts Council Wales

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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