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20th July 2017

LCDS | Dance | Alumni | Performances and Exhibitions

LCDS graduate Rikkai Scott among Bermudians selected for Carifesta 2017

A number of local artists, authors, entertainers and craftsmen have been selected to represent Bermuda at Carifesta 2017 in Barbados this summer. Amoungst them is  London Contemporary Dance School 2011 graduate Rikkai Scott. Rikkai’s training began at the age of four at United Dance Productions (Bermuda) where he trained in all foundations of dance. He has travelled to […]

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A number of local artists, authors, entertainers and craftsmen have been selected to represent Bermuda at Carifesta 2017 in Barbados this summer. Amoungst them is  London Contemporary Dance School 2011 graduate Rikkai Scott.

Rikkai’s training began at the age of four at United Dance Productions (Bermuda) where he trained in all foundations of dance. He has travelled to Amsterdam (De Kiss Moves Fusion Dance Company) to gain experience and dance professionally. Rikkai is well-versed in tap, hip hop, contemporary, improvisations, and urban dance. He has worked with artists such as Richard Alston Dance Company, Jeanie Steele, Alfredo Fernandaz, Doroytta Kiss (De Kiss Moves Fusion Dance Company) Andrea Walker (201Dance Company) Hannah Meraki, Michaela Cisarikova (Michaela Cisarikova Dance Company) and Saran Kholi.

Along with Rikkai, from August 17 to August 27, dozens of individuals and groups from various countries will flock to the Caribbean island for what has been described as “a melting pot of cultural expression.”

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18th July 2017

LAMDA | RADA | Drama | Alumni | Awards

Emmy nominations for LAMDA and RADA graduates

Congratulations to Anthony Hopkins, Benedict Cumberbatch and John Lithgow, who have been nominated in the 69th Annual Emmy Awards! Anthony Hopkins (RADA) is nominated for Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Robert Ford in Westworld (HBO). Benedict Cumberbatch (LAMDA) is nominated for Lead Actor in a Limited Series for the title […]

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Congratulations to Anthony Hopkins, Benedict Cumberbatch and John Lithgow, who have been nominated in the 69th Annual Emmy Awards!

Anthony Hopkins (RADA) is nominated for Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Robert Ford in Westworld (HBO).

Benedict Cumberbatch (LAMDA) is nominated for Lead Actor in a Limited Series for the title role in Sherlock: The Lying Detective (BBC).

John Lithgow (LAMDA) is nominated for Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Winston Churchill in The Crown (Netflix).

The Emmy Awards, hosted by Stephen Colbert, will air live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday 17 September.

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29th June 2017

BOVTS | LAMDA | LCDS | National Centre for Circus Arts | NSCD | RADA | Rambert School | Circus Arts | Dance | Drama | Stage Management & Technical Theatre | Alumni | Film & Television | Performances and Exhibitions

Alumni round-up – July 2017

Alumni on stage Natalie Nicole James and Chiara Zubiani (National Centre for Circus Arts) join the line-up for Hangwire at Jackson’s Lane on 1 July. National Centre graduate company Acrojou bring popular production The Wheel House to Broadwater Green on 22 July (performances 12pm and 2pm). National Centre graduate company Simple Cypher (Chris Thomas and […]

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Natalie Nicole James and Chiara Zubiani (National Centre for Circus Arts) join the line-up for Hangwire at Jackson’s Lane on 1 July.

National Centre graduate company Acrojou bring popular production The Wheel House to Broadwater Green on 22 July (performances 12pm and 2pm).

National Centre graduate company Simple Cypher (Chris Thomas and Kieran Warner) perform Cypher Stories at Jacksons Lane on 26 July.

Ockham’s Razor bring the critically acclaimed Tipping Point, featuring National Centre graduate Telma Pinto, to the Pavilion Theatre, Worthing, on 28 – 29 July.

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School graduate Olivia Colman stars in Mosquitoes at the National Theatre, opening on 18 July. Joining the cast are Olivia Williams (BOVTS), Amanda Boxer and Joseph Quinn (LAMDA).

Simon-Anthony Rhoden (LAMDA) takes over as the lead in musical Kinky Boots from 10 July at the Adelphi Theatre.

RADA alumna Kathryn Hunter directs a new production Untouchable as part of the 2017 RADA Festival, in the GBS Theatre from 30 June – 8 July.

Matthew Needham (LAMDA) stars as Benedick in the Globe Theatre’s production of Much Ado About Nothing, playing from 14 July – 15 October.

Ross Dunsmore (RADA) joins the cast of Mr Gillie at the Finborough Theatre, playing until 11 July.

Bryan Dick (LAMDA) and Luke Rigg (NSCD) feature in Fatherland at the Manchester Royal Exchange from 1 – 15 July.

Alec Newman, Susan Stanley (LAMDA) and Leah Whitaker (RADA) feature in Alligators at the Hampstead Theatre, playing until 22 July.

Cyril Nri (BOVTS), Simon Manyonda and Anthony Welsh (LAMDA) feature in the Barber Shop Chronicles, playing at West Yorkshire Playhouse from 12 – 29 July. The production returns to London later this year.

The RSC’s production of Queen Anne comes to Theatre Royal Haymarket from 30 June – 30 September. The cast features Daisy Ashford (LAMDA), Dave Fishley (BOVTS) and James Garnon (RADA).

Chris Jarman (LAMDA) features in Fiddler on the Roof at Chichester Festival Theatre, playing from 10 July – 2 September.

Alexandra Gilbreath, Stephen Hagan (LAMDA) and Michael Simkins (RADA) feature in Dessert at the Southwark Playhouse, 12 July – 5 August.

Natasha Chivers (LAMDA) is Lighting Designer for The House They Grew Up In, at the Minerva Theatre from 14 July – 5 August.

Richard Hansell (BOVTS) features in the Young Vic’s production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, from 13 July – 7 October.

At the Old Vic, Ciarán Hinds (RADA) and Sam Reid (LAMDA) feature in Girl from the North Country, playing 12 July – 7 October.

NSCD graduates Company Chameleon bring Of Man and Beast to Bournemouth (2 July) and Swansea (9 July), followed by a performance of Push at Dancin Oxford on 15 July. Of Man and Beast features dancers Anthony Missen, Theo Fapohunda (NSCD), Thomasin Gulgec (Rambert School), and Lee Clayden (LCDS). Push features company founders Anthony Missen and Kevin Edward Turner (NSCD).

2Faced Dance, led by Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald (NSCD) presents In Our Veins, giving young dancers the chance to perform on a professional stage. 15 July at The Courtyard, Hereford.

James Wilton Dance Company present Wilton’s latest work Leviathan at Bristol Harbour Festival on 22 – 23 July. The production features dancers Sarah Jane Taylor, Naomi Tadevossian, Michael Kelland, Harlan Rust (LCDS) and Roger Fernandez Cifuentes (NSCD).

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Season 7 of HBO’s Game of Thrones returns this month, airing from 16 July. Jim Broadbent and Joseph Quinn (LAMDA) joins series regulars Iain Glen, Indira Varma and Diana Rigg (RADA).

 

In cinemas now, Jason Watkins and James Norton (RADA) join the cast of British drama Hampstead.

 

Mark Rylance, Kenneth Branagh, Jack Riddiford, Luke Thompson (RADA), James D’Arcy and Callum Blake (LAMDA) feature in Christopher Nolan’s epic action thriller Dunkirk, in cinemas from 21 July.

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22nd June 2017

CDD

Conservatoire for Dance and Drama receives Gold award in Teaching Excellence Framework

The outcomes of the Year Two Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) have been announced by HEFCE today, and the Conservatoire is delighted to announce that the institution has received a Gold award. The Conservatoire is one of 59 institutions to be awarded Gold out of the 295 providers who entered the TEF. The TEF was introduced by the […]

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The outcomes of the Year Two Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) have been announced by HEFCE today, and the Conservatoire is delighted to announce that the institution has received a Gold award. The Conservatoire is one of 59 institutions to be awarded Gold out of the 295 providers who entered the TEF.

The TEF was introduced by the Government to build evidence about the performance of the UK’s world-class higher education sector, complementing the existing Research Excellence Framework with an analysis of teaching and learning outcomes.

The TEF awards were decided by an independent panel of experts including academics, students and employer representatives. Drawing on national data, and evidence submitted by each university or college, the TEF measures excellence in three areas: teaching quality, the learning environment and the educational and professional outcomes achieved by students.

The award follows the outcome of the HEFCE review of specialist institutions in 2016, which confirmed the Conservatoire – comprising Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Central School of Ballet, LAMDA, London Contemporary Dance School, National Centre for Circus Arts, Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Rambert School, and RADA – as a provider of world-leading teaching.

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19th June 2017

LAMDA | LCDS | RADA | Dance | Drama | Alumni | Awards

Alumni recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2017

The Queen’s Birthday Honours List was announced on 16 June 2017, with a number of Conservatoire alumni recognised for their services to the performing arts. Kenneth Tharp (London Contemporary Dance School), formerly Chief Executive of The Place, was awarded a CBE for services to Dance. June Whitfield (RADA) was made a Dame for services to Drama […]

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The Queen’s Birthday Honours List was announced on 16 June 2017, with a number of Conservatoire alumni recognised for their services to the performing arts.

Kenneth Tharp (London Contemporary Dance School), formerly Chief Executive of The Place, was awarded a CBE for services to Dance.

June Whitfield (RADA) was made a Dame for services to Drama and Entertainment.

Patricia Hodge (LAMDA) was awarded an OBE for services to Drama.

Gugu Mbatha-Raw (RADA) was awarded an MBE for services to Drama.

Congratulations to all!

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2nd June 2017

BOVTS | Central School of Ballet | LAMDA | LCDS | NSCD | RADA | Rambert School | Dance | Drama | Stage Management & Technical Theatre | Alumni | Film & Television | Performances and Exhibitions

Alumni round-up – June 2017

Alumni on stage With summer seasons launching, there’s plenty of places you can see our graduates on stage this month: Northern School of Contemporary Dance alumnus Akram Khan brings his company to Sadler’s Wells from 31 May – 3 June. London Contemporary Dance School graduates Nora (Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley, pictured) are at the Lilian Baylis […]

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With summer seasons launching, there’s plenty of places you can see our graduates on stage this month:

Northern School of Contemporary Dance alumnus Akram Khan brings his company to Sadler’s Wells from 31 May – 3 June.

London Contemporary Dance School graduates Nora (Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley, pictured) are at the Lilian Baylis Studio 1 and 2 June.

Richard Alston Dance Company perform at Sadler’s Wells 16 – 17 June, with dance graduates from all of the Conservatoire dance schools represented in the company. Rambert School students will also be joining the company to perform Glint, a piece by Alston.

Scottish Dance Theatre come to The Place on 16 & 17 June, with dance graduates from LCDS, NSCD and Rambert School featured in the company.

Hannah Vassallo (Rambert School) and Tom Jackson Greaves (LCDS) join Kneehigh’s production of Tristan & Yseult at the Globe Theatre from 13 – 24 June.

At the Menier Chocolate Factory, Maureen Lipman (LAMDA) stars in Lettice and Lovage, playing until 8 July. Paul Pyant (RADA) is Lighting Designer for the production.

RADA graduate Robert Hastie, the new Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres, directs his first production in the Crucible Theatre with Julius Caesar, until 10 June. The cast features fellow graduates Chipo Chung, Elliot Cowan, Jonathan Hyde, Abigail Thaw, and Zoe Waites.

Julian Glover (RADA) stars in Bristol Old Vic’s production of Julius Caesar, a collaboration with Bristol Old Vic Theatre School with Bristol students forming the supporting cast. Playing 9 June – 1 July.

Matthew Tennyson (LAMDA) stars in the RSC’s Salome at Stratford-upon-Avon from 2 June – 6 September. Joining the cast are Simon Yadoo (LAMDA), Suzanne Burden, Gavin Fowler (RADA) and Byron Mondahl (BOVTS).

Lara Rossi (LAMDA) stars as Anne in Persuasion at the Manchester Royal Exchange. Joining the cast are Geraldine Alexander, Samuel Edward-Cook, Cassie Layton, Caroline Moroney (RADA) and Antony Bunsee (BOVTS). Playing until 24 June.

Hester Arden and Rob Ostlere (RADA) appear in Sweet Bird of Youth at Chichester Festival Theatre from 2 – 24 June.

Grace Malony (LAMDA) and Tom Canton (RADA) feature in The Country Girls at the Minerva Theatre from 9 June – 8 July.

Pieter Lawman (RADA) joins the cast of Twelfth Night at the Globe Theatre, now playing until 5 August.

Edward Dede (LAMDA) features in The Island at Southwark Playhouse, playing 31 May – 24 June.

Kate O’Flynn (RADA) features in Anatomy of a Suicide at the Royal Court, playing 3 June – 8 July.

Harry Melling (LAMDA) and Jasmine Hyde (RADA) feature in Jam at the Finborough Theatre, playing until 17 June.

Scott Karim (RADA) features in Food at the Finborough Theatre from 20 June – 15 July.

Robert Hands (BOVTS) features in Committee: A New Musical at the Donmar Warehouse, playing 24 June – 12 August.

Sian Clifford and Bo Poraj (RADA) feature in Gloria at the Hampstead Theatre from 15 June – 22 July.

The Royal Court’s production of The Ferryman transfers to the West End with cast members Eugene O’Hare (RADA) and Niall Wright (BOVTS).

Arthur Davill (RADA) features in Hir at the Bush Theatre, 15 June – 22 July. Elliot Griggs (RADA) is Lighting Designer for the production.

The cast of Ink at the Almeida Theatre features graduates Bertie Carvel, Pearl Chanda, Sophie Stanton (RADA), Richard Coyle, Jack Holden (BOVTS) and Oliver Birch (LAMDA). Playing 17 June – 6 August.

Tanya Moodie and Shanaya Rafaat (RADA) feature in Terror at the Lyric Hammersmith from 14 June – 15 July. Joshua Carr (RADA) is Lighting Designer for the production.

The RSC’s Titus Andronicus opens later this month with Kristin Atherton, Will Bliss, Sean Hart, Martin Hutson, Tom McCall (LAMDA) and Nia Gwynne (RADA). Playing 23 June – 2 September at Stratford-upon-Avon.

Alumni on screen

Now airing on Sky, Geraldine Alexander, Samuel Edward-Cook, Cassie Layton, Caroline Moroney (LAMDA), Sophie Rundle and Patsy Ferran feature in Jamestown.

 

Jack Farthing (LAMDA) returns as everyone’s favourite villain in series 3 of Poldark, Sunday nights on BBC One from 11 June.

 

Dominic Cooper (LAMDA) stars in season 2 of graphic novel adaptation Preacher (AMC), airing from 19 June.

 

Adrian Lester (RADA) and Iwan Rheon (LAMDA) star in new Sky Atlantic series Riviera, airing from 15 June.

 

On the big screen, Sam Claflin (LAMDA) stars in My Cousin Rachel, in cinemas from 9 June. Iain Glen (RADA) joins the cast.

 

Brian Cox (LAMDA) and Miranda Richardson (BOVTS) star in Churchill, in cinemas now.

 

Lindy Hemming (RADA) is costume designer for Wonder Woman, in cinemas now.

 

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8th May 2017

BOVTS | Drama | Awards | Students

BOVTS student Georgia Frost wins Alan Bates Award

Congratulations to Bristol Old Vic Theatre School student Georgia Frost, winner of the 2017 Alan Bates Award! The award was created in honour of Alan Bates, patron of the Actors Centre from 1994 to 2004. Georgia’s win follows a 4-stage application and audition process culminating in an audition and interview in the final round in front […]

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Congratulations to Bristol Old Vic Theatre School student Georgia Frost, winner of the 2017 Alan Bates Award!

The award was created in honour of Alan Bates, patron of the Actors Centre from 1994 to 2004. Georgia’s win follows a 4-stage application and audition process culminating in an audition and interview in the final round in front of a panel of industry practitioners. The winner receives a prize bundle designed to equip the winning graduate with everything they will need to launch themselves as a professional working actor.

Five of the six finalists were Conservatoire school students – Afolabi Alli (BOVTS), Georgia Frost (BOVTS), Angus Imrie (LAMDA), Ross O’Donnellan (BOVTS) and Tok Stephen (RADA). All the finalists will benefit from the “You and Me” mentoring opportunity offered by the Actors Centre, a scheme which pairs each graduate with experienced actors.

Olivier Award-winner Noma Dumezweni presented Georgia with the award at the Actors Centre ceremony.

On what the Award means to her, Georgia said: “I think it’s important to feel empowered when you go into the industry and feel like you have a support network around you. Receiving this Award makes me feel like I have a base, a mentor and friends. A set up to put me in the right state of mind. As a woman it’s hard for us, we are on our way to equality but we need to keep pushing, and having this network and having this support will be that thing that will lift me up and help me go far. I feel really lucky, I feel just so lucky.”

Image below: 2017 finalists Afolabi Alli, Adam Boardman, Georgia Frost, Angus Imrie, Ross O’Donnellan and Tok Stephen.

Alan Bates Award finalists 2017

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4th May 2017

BOVTS | Central School of Ballet | LAMDA | LCDS | National Centre for Circus Arts | NSCD | RADA | Rambert School | Circus Arts | Dance | Drama | Stage Management & Technical Theatre | Alumni | Film & Television | Performances and Exhibitions

Alumni round-up – May 2017

At the Royal Court this month, Imogen Knight, alumna of Northern School of Contemporary Dance and London Contemporary Dance School, directs Nuclear War, playing until 6 May. National Centre for Circus Arts graduates Daniel Ash and Charlee DeBolla perform in Soho at the Peacock Theatre, Sadlers Wells, from 6 – 20 May. The production was […]

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At the Royal Court this month, Imogen Knight, alumna of Northern School of Contemporary Dance and London Contemporary Dance School, directs Nuclear War, playing until 6 May.

National Centre for Circus Arts graduates Daniel Ash and Charlee DeBolla perform in Soho at the Peacock Theatre, Sadlers Wells, from 6 – 20 May. The production was originally devised with National Centre students in collaboration with Circa.

Central School of Ballet graduate and choreographer Kenneth Tindall brings new Northern Ballet production Casanova to Sadlers Wells on 9 – 13 May, starring dancer and fellow Central graduate Hannah Bateman.

Also at Sadlers, Rambert present a Triple Bill on 16 – 20 May. The company features dancers Sharia Johnson, Vanessa Kang, Jacob O’Connell, Adam Park, Stephan Quildan, Kym Sojourna, Stephen Wright (Rambert School), Pierre Tappon (LCDS), and Brenda Lee Grech (CSB).

Opening on 2 May, LAMDA graduate Isabella Nefar takes the lead role in Salome at the National Theatre. The cast also features Roseanna Frascona (LAMDA) and Philip Arditti (RADA).

Fly Davis (RADA) is Designer for How My Light Is Spent at the Manchester Royal Exchange, playing until 13 May.

Emma Rice’s Summer of Love season continues at the Globe with Romeo & Juliet, now playing until 9 July. Kirsty Bushell (LAMDA) stars as Juliet opposite Edward Hogg (RADA) as Romeo. Fellow graduates Tim Chipping (LAMDA) and Jonathan Livingstone (RADA) join the cast.

Following a successful West End run, Nell Gwynn returns to the Globe Theatre 2 – 13 May. The cast features Esh Alladi, Pandora Clifford (LAMDA) and Clive Hayward (BOVTS).

RADA alumna Eve Best stars in Live in Idleness at the Apollo Theatre, playing from 11 May – 1 July.

Laura dos Santos (LAMDA) features in The Sum, the latest production from the Liverpool Everyman Company, playing 6 – 20 May. The company follows up with Romeo & Juliet from 27 May – 7 June, which also features Tom Kanji and George Caple (RADA).

Phil Cheadle (RADA) and Natalie Simpson (LAMDA) feature in The Cardinal at Southwark Playhouse, playing until 27 May.

Also at the Southwark, Jai Morjaria (RADA) is Lighting Designer for A Lie of the Mind, playing 4 – 27 May. The cast features Gethin Anthony (LAMDA), Kate Fahy (BOVTS), and Laura Rogers (RADA).

2016 Bristol Old Vic Theatre School graduates Michelle Fox, Eleanor Jackson and Jessica Temple feature in Medea at the Bristol Old Vic, running from 5 – 27 May.

Billy Howle (BOVTS) and Joshua James (RADA) feature in Life of Galileo at the Young Vic from 6 May – 24 June. Javier de Frutos (LCDS) is Movement Director for the production.

Geoffrey Lumb and Byron Mondahl (BOVTS) feature in the RSC’s production of Vice Versa at Stratford-upon-Avon, playing 11 May – 9 September.

Nancy Carroll (LAMDA) features in Woyzeck at the Old Vic, playing from 13 May – 24 June.

On screen, don’t miss the return of ITV’s The Durrells, based on Gerald Durrell’s memoirs of the family’s move to Corfu in the 1930s to start a new life. Josh O’Connor (BOVTS) and Callum Woodhouse (LAMDA) reprise their roles as brothers Larry and Leslie. Airing Sunday nights 8pm.

 

BBC Two’s adaptation of Mike Bartlett’s play King Charles III airs on Wednesday 10 May at 9pm. A chance to see Bristol Old Vic Theatre School alumnus, Tim Pigott-Smith, who sadly died last month, star in a role he performed over 400 times on stage. Charlotte Riley (LAMDA) stars as Kate Middleton.

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24th April 2017

CDD | Students

Government confirms funding for EU students for 2018 to 2019

The government has confirmed that EU students will continue to remain eligible for undergraduate, master’s, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in academic year 2018 to 2019. The decision means EU students applying for an undergraduate or master’s course at an English university or further education institution in the 2018 to 2019 academic year will […]

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The government has confirmed that EU students will continue to remain eligible for undergraduate, master’s, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in academic year 2018 to 2019.

The decision means EU students applying for an undergraduate or master’s course at an English university or further education institution in the 2018 to 2019 academic year will continue to have access to student loans and grants, even if the course concludes after the UK’s exit from the EU.

EU students are eligible for home fee status, which means they are charged the same tuition fees as UK students.

Full details of this announcement can be found at www.gov.uk/government/news/government-confirms-funding-for-eu-students-for-2018-to-2019.

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15th April 2017

Central School of Ballet | LCDS | NSCD | Rambert School | Dance | Alumni | Students

Studio Wayne McGregor announces alumni selected for artist development programmes

Conservatoire dance school graduates have been announced as participants of FreeSpace and PEER, two of Studio Wayne McGregor‘s artist development programmes. FreeSpace is a new artist development and community engagement programme that offers studio space free of charge for creation, research and rehearsal. In return FreeSpace artists will give their time and expertise to deliver creative engagement projects within schools and […]

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Conservatoire dance school graduates have been announced as participants of FreeSpace and PEER, two of Studio Wayne McGregor‘s artist development programmes.

FreeSpace is a new artist development and community engagement programme that offers studio space free of charge for creation, research and rehearsal. In return FreeSpace artists will give their time and expertise to deliver creative engagement projects within schools and communities. This programme will support artists to explore innovation in new directions, form an artists’ incubation and innovation community, and provide inspiring learning opportunities led by professional practising artists to thousands of participants each year.

The first year’s cohort of FreeSpace artists includes the following alumni: Richard Chappell (Rambert School), Laila Diallo (LCDS), Eleesha Drennan (NSCD), James Cousins Company (LCDS), Freddie Opoku-Addaie (LCDS), and New Movement Collective, which includes Robin Gladwin (Central School of Ballet), Jonathan Goddard (Rambert), Anthony Missen (NSCD), Patricia Okenwa (Rambert School), and Joe Walking (LCDS).

PEER is a year-long mentoring programme for final year vocational dance students and recent graduates. Participants will take part in company class and creative labs, professional development sessions by Studio Wayne McGregor staff, and mentoring by Company Wayne McGregor dancers, to gain exposure to life as a professional dancer and develop a peer network. The first cohort of PEER participants includes student Brittanie Dillon, currently in her third year at Central School of Ballet, and London Contemporary Dance School graduate Richard Pye.

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