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Alumni round up – March 2019

Joanna Riding (BOVTS) stars in Follies at the National Theatre, playing until 11 May.

Richard Alston Dance Company tour this month to Sadlers Wells, Octagon Theatre Yeovil, Exeter Northcott and Virginia Arts Festival, with company dancers Ellen Yilma (LCDS), Jennifer Hayes (NSCD), Monique Jonas, Nicolas Shikkis, Melissa Braithwaite and Jason Tucker (Rambert School).

Stuart Waters (NSCD) presents Rockbottom, touring this month to Brighton Marlborough Pub & Theatre, Oxford Old Fire Station and Prema Arts Centre.

BalletBoyz present Them/Us at Sadlers Wells from 5 – 9 March, with company dancers Benjamin Knapper, Bradley Waller (Rambert) and Liam Riddick (LCDS).

James Cousins (LCDS) presents Epilogues at The Place from 6 – 8 March. The company features dancers Lisa Welham (NSCD), Chihiro Kawasaki, Gareth Mole (LCDS) and Georges Hann (Rambert).

Natalie Reckert (National Centre for Circus Arts) features in A Taste of Berlin at Jacksons Lane on 7 March.

Rudolphe Mdlongwa (BOVTS) features in Barber Shop Chronicles, at Royal Exchange Manchester from 7 March and then on tour.

Alexander Mushore (BOVTS) features in the RSC’s The Taming of the Shrew, at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 8 March – 31 August.

Northern Ballet are on tour with Victoria from 9 March – 1 June. The company features Central School of Ballet graduates Rachael Gillespie, Ashley Dixon, Hannah Bateman, Harriet Marden, Harris Beattie, Ayca Anil, and Apprentices Matthew Morrell and Julie Nunes.

Ballet Black perform at the Barbican from 14 – 17 March, with a programme including choreography by company dancer Mthuthuzeli November (Central), Martin Lawrence (LCDS), and Sophie Laplane, current student on the MA Choreography at Central School of Ballet.

Erin Doherty (BOVTS) features in Wolfie at Theatre503 from 20 March – 13 April.

The Place presents an evening with LCDS alumnus Anthony Van Laast on 21 March.

Patfield & Triguero (National Centre for Circus Arts) present Gibbon at Jacksons Lane on 27 March.

Billy Howle (BOVTS) features in BBC Two drama MotherFatherSon, now airing Wednesdays at 9pm.

 

[Image: Patfield & Triguero – Gibbon]