Image: London Contemporary Dance School
January sees the start of Resolution, The Place’s annual festival of new choreography, with graduates performing and presenting work throughout the festival.
Hopeless Shokunin present A tribute to Ólafur on Saturday 12 January, choreographed by NSCD graduate James Olivo.
Wayward Thread present Proxy on Tuesday 15 January, with dancer Dan Phung (NSCD).
Follow Through Collective present Common Ground on Wednesday 16 January, choreographed by LCDS postgraduate student Greta Gauhe.
Christopher Thomas (Rambert School) presents Blood’s Thicker Than Water on Thursday 17 January.
Matsena Performance Theatre present Lies To Be The Truth on Saturday 19 January, with Anthony Matsena (LCDS) and Amukelani Matsena (BOVTS).
Bridget Lappin (LCDS) presents Where We’ve Been, Little One on Tuesday 22 January.
Company Concentric present Play On on Wednesday 23 January, with dancer Yanaëlle Thiran (LCDS).
Grace Nicol (LCDS) presents I Only Laugh To Keep From Weeping on Saturday 26 January.
Vendetta Vain (National Centre) presents Butterface on Tuesday 29 January.
Ben & Fred (National Centre) present The Juggling of Science on Tuesday 29 January.
Elsewhere on stage, Eleanor Jackson (BOVTS) features in Aspects of Love at the Southwark Playhouse, 7 January – 9 February.
Barely Methodical Troupe (National Centre for Circus Arts) present SHIFT at The Platform Theatre, Central St Martins, from 9 – 12 January.
Maanuv Thiara (BOVTS) features in Approaching Empty at the Kiln Theatre, 9 January – 2 February.
Choreographer and Artistic Director Akram Khan (NSCD) gives his final performance of Until The Lions at the Roundhouse from 11 – 17 January.
Stephen Dillane (BOVTS) features in When We Have Sufficiently Tortured One Another at the National Theatre, 16 January – 2 March.
Alex Jennings (BOVTS) is the narrator for Rêverie: The life and loves of Charles Debussy alongside pianist Lucy Parham at the Salisbury Playhouse on 18 January.
Ellis Dubois (National Centre) presents No Show at Soho Theatre from 22 January – 9 February, with performers Francesca Hyde, Kate McWilliam, Michelle Ross and Alice Gilmartin (National Centre).
Katherine Farmer (BOVTS) directs Heisenberg at the Rubicon Theatre, Ventura California, from 30 January – 17 February.