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11th January 2018

Rambert School | Dance | Alumni

Rambert graduate Charlotte Edmonds choreographs underwater film for Royal Ballet Principal Francesca Hayward

Rambert School graduate Charlotte Edmonds has choreographed a new underwater ballet, Sink or Swim, danced by Royal Ballet Principal Francesca Hayward. The film, directed by Louis-Jack Horton-Stephens, explores what it is like living with depression and aims to provoke conversations about mental illness, especially among young people and students. Excerpts of the film were shown […]

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Rambert School graduate Charlotte Edmonds has choreographed a new underwater ballet, Sink or Swim, danced by Royal Ballet Principal Francesca Hayward.

The film, directed by Louis-Jack Horton-Stephens, explores what it is like living with depression and aims to provoke conversations about mental illness, especially among young people and students.

Excerpts of the film were shown on BBC London News, which also featured interviews with Charlotte Edmonds and Francesca Hayward.

Charlotte graduated from the two-year foundation degree at Rambert School in 2015, and joined the Royal Ballet Young Choreographer Programme in the 2015/16 Season as its inaugural member.

You can watch the film on YouTube here:

 

[Image: Francesca Hayward in rehearsal for Sink or Swim © Charlotte Edmonds/Zac Macaulay]

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9th January 2018

BOVTS | RADA | Drama | Alumni | Awards | Film & Television

BAFTA nominations for Sally Hawkins, Daniel Day-Lewis and Josh O’Connor

The BAFTA Film nominations for 2018 were announced today, with alumni from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and RADA amongst the nominees. Sally Hawkins (RADA) is nominated for Leading Actress for her role in The Shape of Water.   Daniel Day-Lewis (BOVTS) is nominated for Leading Actor for his role in Phantom Thread.   Josh […]

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The BAFTA Film nominations for 2018 were announced today, with alumni from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and RADA amongst the nominees.

Sally Hawkins (RADA) is nominated for Leading Actress for her role in The Shape of Water.

 

Daniel Day-Lewis (BOVTS) is nominated for Leading Actor for his role in Phantom Thread.

 

Josh O’Connor (BOVTS) is nominated for the EE Rising Star Award, which is voted by the public, for his role in God’s Own Country.

 

Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on Sunday 18 February at the Royal Albert Hall. Congratulations to all the nominees!

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4th January 2018

BOVTS | LAMDA | RADA | Drama | Alumni | Awards | Film & Television

Drama school graduates nominated for 2018 Golden Globes and Critics Circle Film Awards

Congratulations to drama school alumni Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Hawkins, Josh O’Connor and Emily Beecham who have received nominations for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards and London Critics’ Circle Film Awards! Golden Globe nominations Daniel Day-Lewis (BOVTS) is nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for his role in Phantom Thread, his last […]

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Congratulations to drama school alumni Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Hawkins, Josh O’Connor and Emily Beecham who have received nominations for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards and London Critics’ Circle Film Awards!

Golden Globe nominations

Daniel Day-Lewis (BOVTS) is nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for his role in Phantom Thread, his last film before announcing his retirement from the acting world.

Sally Hawkins (RADA) is nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for her role in The Shape of Water.

Maggie Gyllenhall (RADA) is nominated for Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama for her role in The Deuce.

Winners for the Golden Globes will be announced at a ceremony on 7 January 2018. You can find the full list of nominations here.

London Critics’ Circle Film Award nominations

Daniel Day-Lewis is nominated for Actor of the Year for Phantom Thread. He is also nominated for British/Irish Actor of the Year for the same performance.

Sally Hawkins is nominated for Actress of the Year for The Shape of Water.

Josh O’Connor (BOVTS) is nominated for British/Irish Actor of the Year for his role in God’s Own Country.

Emily Beecham (LAMDA) is nominated for British/Irish Actress of the Year for her role in Daphne.

Winners for the Critics Circle Film Awards will be announced at a ceremony on 28 January 2018. You can find the full list of nominations here.

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4th January 2018

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

Alumni round-up – January 2018

Alumni on stage The Place presents Resolution 2018, the annual dance festival for emerging artists, from 12 January – 23 February. This month’s programme features new work from dance school graduates: Barnaby Booth (NSCD) presents Loyal Prophets to an Indifferent God on 13 January 2016. Rikkai Scott (LCDS) and BDblaq Dance present SENSE on 16 […]

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Alumni on stage

The Place presents Resolution 2018, the annual dance festival for emerging artists, from 12 January – 23 February. This month’s programme features new work from dance school graduates:

  • Barnaby Booth (NSCD) presents Loyal Prophets to an Indifferent God on 13 January 2016.
  • Rikkai Scott (LCDS) and BDblaq Dance present SENSE on 16 January.
  • Yanaëlle Thiran (LCDS) presents Swapping Shadows on 23 January.
  • Malcolm Sutherland (Central School of Ballet) presents Lost for Words on 26 January, featuring Jade Brider (LCDS).
  • Elisabeth Schilling (LCDS) presents SIXFOLD on 26 January.
  • Local Tourists presents Fragmenty on 30 January, featuring Aine Reynolds (LCDS).

 

[Image: Resolution 2018 at The Place]

 

National Centre for Circus Arts graduate LJ Marles features in La Soiree, playing at the Aldwych Theatre until 3 February.

David Calder (BOVTS), David Morrissey and Ben Whishaw (RADA) star in Julius Caesar at the new Bridge Theatre from 20 January. The cast also features Fred Fergus (LAMDA), Leaphia Darko, Abraham Popoola, and Wendy Kweh (RADA).

Stephen Mangan (RADA) and Pearl Mackie (BOVTS) star in The Birthday Party at the Harold Pinter Theatre from 9 January – 14 April.

Imogen Doel (LAMDA) and Ellora Torchia (RADA) feature in All’s Well That Ends Well at the Sam Wanamaker Theatre from 11 January – 3 March.

Patsy Ferran (RADA) features in My Mum’s A Twat at the Royal Court from 8 – 20 January.

Leah Harvey (LAMDA) features in Yous Two at Hampstead Theatre from 18 January – 24 February.

LAMDA graduate company Mischief Theatre are touring The Play That Goes Wrong from 4 January with Catherine Dryden (RADA) and Stephen Rostance (BOVTS) joining the cast.

Adam Gillen (RADA) reprises his role in Amadeus at the National Theatre from 11 January.

Tala Gouveia (BOVTS) and Mark Quartley (RADA) feature in Strange Tales from the West Country at the Southwark Playhouse from 10 January – 10 February.

Alumni on screen

James Norton (RADA) stars in new BBC drama McMafia. The first two episodes are now available on iPlayer and the series continues Sundays at 9pm. Juliet Rylance (RADA) and Faye Marsay (BOVTS) also feature in the cast.

Series 3 of British sitcom Lovesick is now available on Netflix, starring Antonia Thomas (BOVTS) and Joshua McGuire (RADA).

David Morrissey (RADA) and Stanley Weber (LAMDA) feature in new Sky Atlantic period drama Britannia, starting on 18 January.

 

[Image top: Antonia Thomas in Netflix sitcom Lovesick]

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14th December 2017

BOVTS | Drama | Stage Management & Technical Theatre

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School to join UCAS Conservatoires

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School have announced that the school will very shortly be joining UCAS Conservatoires. As a result of this change, the current BOVTS application system will close very soon. Applicants wishing to continue with a current application, which will still be valid, should submit this by Monday 18th December 2017. After this […]

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Bristol Old Vic Theatre School have announced that the school will very shortly be joining UCAS Conservatoires.

As a result of this change, the current BOVTS application system will close very soon. Applicants wishing to continue with a current application, which will still be valid, should submit this by Monday 18th December 2017. After this date the School cannot guarantee that you will be able to access an incomplete application through the old system, using the applications tab on the School website.

Applicants will be able to apply for BOVTS courses via the UCAS Conservatoires website.

If you have any queries regarding an application, please contact the School directly at admissions@oldvic.ac.uk

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11th December 2017

BOVTS | LAMDA | RADA | Drama | Alumni | Film & Television

Drama school graduates star in ITV thriller Bancroft

New ITV police drama Bancroft premieres tonight at 9pm with graduates from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, LAMDA and RADA featuring in the cast. The four-part thriller will air over consecutive nights and pits DCI Bancroft (Sarah Parish) against the ambitious DS Katherine Stevens – BOVTS graduate Faye Marsay – when the younger officer unwittingly […]

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New ITV police drama Bancroft premieres tonight at 9pm with graduates from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, LAMDA and RADA featuring in the cast.

The four-part thriller will air over consecutive nights and pits DCI Bancroft (Sarah Parish) against the ambitious DS Katherine Stevens – BOVTS graduate Faye Marsay – when the younger officer unwittingly stirs up the ghosts of Bancroft’s past whilst investigating a cold case with dark ties to the veteran detective.

Joining the cast are Ryan McKen (BOVTS), Charles Babalola (LAMDA) and Kenneth Cranham (RADA).

Take a look at the trailer here:

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5th December 2017

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

CDD dance graduates nominated for 18th National Dance Awards

The Dance Section of the Critics’ Circle has announced the nominations for the 18th National Dance Awards, with eleven nominations for graduates from Conservatoire dance schools. Liam Riddick (London Contemporary Dance School) is nominated for the Dancing Times Award for Best Male Dancer, for his performances with Richard Alston Dance Company. Artistic Director Rosie Kay […]

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The Dance Section of the Critics’ Circle has announced the nominations for the 18th National Dance Awards, with eleven nominations for graduates from Conservatoire dance schools.

Liam Riddick (London Contemporary Dance School) is nominated for the Dancing Times Award for Best Male Dancer, for his performances with Richard Alston Dance Company.

Artistic Director Rosie Kay (London Contemporary Dance School) is nominated for Best Independent Company for Rosie Kay Dance Company. The company previously won the award in the same category at the 16th National Dance Awards in 2016.

Akram Khan (Northern School of Contemporary Dance) is nominated for Best Classical Choreography for Giselle for English National Ballet.

Kenneth Tindall (Central School of Ballet) is nominated for Best Classical Choreography for Casanova for Northern Ballet.

Michael Keegan-Dolan (Central School of Ballet) is nominated for Best Modern Choreography for Swan Lake / Loch na hEala.

Arthur Pita (London Contemporary Dance School) is nominated for Best Modern Choreography for Stepmother/Stepfather for HeadSpaceDance.

Dickson Mbi (London Contemporary Dance School) is nominated for Best Emerging Artist for his performances with Boy Blue Entertainment and Russell Maliphant Company.

Dickson Mbi is also nominated for Outstanding Male Performance (Modern) for his performance in Blak Whyte Gray with Boy Blue Entertainment.

Karl Fagerlund Brekke (Rambert School) is nominated for Outstanding Male Performance (Modern) for his performance in Stepmother/Stepfather for Arthur Pita & HeadSpaceDance.

Antonia Grove (Rambert School) is nominated for Outstanding Female Performance (Modern) for her performance in Virgin Territory with Vincent Dance Theatre.

Shelley Eva Haden (Northern School of Contemporary Dance) is nominated for Outstanding Female Performance (Modern) for her performance in MK Ultra with Rosie Kay Dance Company.

The winners will be announced at a lunchtime ceremony to be held in Central London on Monday 19 February 2018.

Congratulations to all the nominees!

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1st December 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 | Film & Television | Performances and Exhibitions

Alumni round-up – December 2017

2Faced Dance presents dance and circus family show What The Moon Saw at The Place, 1 – 22 December, with choreography by Tamsin Fitzgerald (NSCD) and dancers Kai Tomioka (Central School of Ballet/NSCD), Louis Parker-Evans, Jason Boyle (NSCD) and Jack Humphrey (LCDS). Upswing presents family show The Ramshackle House at Stratford Circus Arts Centre, 2 […]

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2Faced Dance presents dance and circus family show What The Moon Saw at The Place, 1 – 22 December, with choreography by Tamsin Fitzgerald (NSCD) and dancers Kai Tomioka (Central School of Ballet/NSCD), Louis Parker-Evans, Jason Boyle (NSCD) and Jack Humphrey (LCDS).

Upswing presents family show The Ramshackle House at Stratford Circus Arts Centre, 2 – 24 December, with performers Renato Dias and Matthew Smith (National Centre for Circus Arts).

Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella returns to Sadler’s Wells from 9 December – 27 January. The cast includes dancers Andrew Monaghan, Dominic North, Anjali Mehra, Reece Causton, Nicole Kabera, Kate Lyons, Stephen Murray, Danny Reubens, Seren Williams, Mark Samaras (Central School of Ballet), Liam Mower and Glenn Graham (Rambert).

Company Wayne McGregor presents FAR this December in Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi, with company dancers Jordan James Bridge, Fukiko Takase (LCDS), Jessica Wright (Central School of Ballet), and Jacob O’Connell (Rambert).

Northern Ballet presents The Little Mermaid at Leeds Grand Theatre, 5 – 17 December, with company dancers Rachael Gillespie, Ashley Dixon, Victoria Sibson, Hannah Bateman, Harriet Marden, and Archie James (Central School of Ballet).

Scottish Ballet presents The Nutcracker at Edinburgh Festival Theatre, 9 – 30 December, with company dancers Thomas Edwards, Jamiel Lawrence, Aisling Branagan and Amy McEntee (Central School of Ballet).

Choreographer Arthur Pita (LCDS) returns to Sadler’s Wells with The Little Match Girl from 13 – 24 December.

Motionhouse presents Midwinter Magic at Shakespeare’s New Place, Stratford-upon-Avon, from 13 – 17 December with company dancers Martina Knight, Alasdair Stewart, Naomi Tadevossian (LCDS), Junior Cunningham, Daniel Massarella, Rebecca Williams, Aaron Watkinson (NSCD) and Chris Knight (NSCD, LCDS).

Barely Methodical Troupe bring Bromance to The Albany from 6 – 13 December, with Beren D’Amico, Charlie Wheeller and Louis Gift (National Centre for Circus Arts). National Centre graduates Arthur Parsons, Jean Daniel Brousse, Jonathan Bendtsen, Chris Thomas and Fiona Thornhill join for BMT & Friends, 15 – 22 December.

Ira Siobhan Mandela (NSCD) and Anwar Russell (LCDS) join the cast of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at West Yorkshire Playhouse from 29 November – 21 January.

Etta Murfitt (LCDS) is Choreographer for The Little Matchgirl and Other Happier Tales at the Bristol Old Vic, 30 November – 14 January.

The Barber Shop Chronicles returns to the National Theatre from 29 November with cast members Cyril Nri (BOVTS), Simon Manyonda and Anthony Welsh (LAMDA).

Raphael Acloque (LAMDA) features in The Jungle at the Young Vic from 7 December – 6 January.

Aletta Collins (LCDS) is Movement Director and Christopher Schutt (BOVTS) provides Sound for The Twilight Zone at the Almeida Theatre, 5 December – 27 January. Matthew Needham (LAMDA) and Sam Swainsbury (BOVTS) join the cast.

The RSC presents A Christmas Carol at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 27 November – 4 February. The cast features Tom Byrne (BOVTS), Beruce Khan, Verity Kirk, Sarah Twomey (RADA) and Joseph Prowen (LAMDA).

At the Royal Court, Amir El-Masry, Isabella Nefar (LAMDA) and Sirine Saba (RADA) feature in Goats, 24 November – 30 December, and Alex Beckett (RADA) features in Grimly Handsome, 6 – 23 December.

Isaac Stanmore (BOVTS) features in Hetty Feather at Nuffield Southampton Theatres, 21 November – 7 January.

Danny Lee Wynter (LAMDA) and Geoffrey Streatfeild (RADA) feature in Cell Mates at Hampstead Theatre, 30 November – 20 January.

Natasha Chivers (LAMDA) is Lighting Designer and Imogen Knight (LCDS) is Movement Director for Belleville at the Donmar Warehouse, 7 December – 3 February. James Norton (RADA) features in the cast.

Helen Bradbury and Bathsheba Piepe (LAMDA) feature in Dear Brutus at the Southwark Playhouse, 29 November – 30 December.

Benjamin Chandler, Richard Stirling (RADA) and Graham Poutney (BOVTS) feature in The Passing of the First Floor Back at the Finborough Theatre, 28 November – 22 December.

Bob Crowley (BOVTS) provides Design and Puppet Co-Design for Pinocchio at the National Theatre, from 1 December. Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge (LAMDA), Mark Hadfield and Joe Idris-Roberts (RADA) feature in the cast.

Jamie Ballard (BOVTS) and Alexandra Gilbreath (LAMDA) feature in Mother Christmas at Hampstead Theatre, 8 December – 13 January.

Anisha Fields (BOVTS) is Designer for Aurora at The Egg, Bath, 15 December – 7 January.

Season 2 of The Crown returns to Netflix on 8 December. Alex Jennings (BOVTS) will reprise his role as Edward, Duke of Windsor. Anton Lesser (RADA) joins the cast as Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.

 

 

[Image: 2Faced Dance, What The Moon Saw]

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21st November 2017

Rambert School | Dance | Students

Worldwide talent search opens for Rambert2

Rambert in partnership with Rambert School, is inviting the world’s finest early-career dancers to join Rambert2, a new ensemble designed to develop and showcase the next generation of highly skilled, thinking dancers. Rambert2 will perform on the Sadler’s Wells stage in London in November 2018 and tour to 15 venues throughout the UK, with a […]

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Rambert in partnership with Rambert School, is inviting the world’s finest early-career dancers to join Rambert2, a new ensemble designed to develop and showcase the next generation of highly skilled, thinking dancers.

Rambert2 will perform on the Sadler’s Wells stage in London in November 2018 and tour to 15 venues throughout the UK, with a triple bill of works by three of the most exciting choreographers working in dance today. Alongside revivals of Rafael Bonachela’s and Sharon Eyal’s breakthrough works E2 7SD and Killer Pig, Rambert2 will create a new piece by former Alvin Ailey dancer and Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet artistic director Benoit-Swan Pouffer. For schools, Rambert2 will remount Kamuyot, a work created by world-famous choreographer Ohad Naharin for non-theatre spaces and teenage audiences.

During their year, dancers will complete a new postgraduate qualification, MA in Professional Dance Performance, awarded by Rambert School and validated by the University of Kent.

Rambert2 will be funded through a combination of box office revenues, Rambert’s core funding from Arts Council England and a major three-year grant from The Linbury Trust. The company’s debut season is also supported by Sadler’s Wells.

Principal and Artistic Director of Rambert School, Amanda Britton, said: ‘Rambert2 opens up a new pathway for graduate students entering the dance profession, providing a unique opportunity to create and perform work at the highest level and train alongside the extraordinary dancers of Rambert company. The Rambert2 dancers will simultaneously be encouraged to integrate embodied and theoretical research to complete their MA in Professional Dance Performance and will emerge as highly employable reflective practitioners.’

Outstanding contemporary dancers without significant professional experience are invited to apply from Friday 1 December to join the first Rambert2 cohort from July 2018. Open auditions will be held in London in February 2018. For full details about the course and how to apply, visit Rambert2

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21st November 2017

LCDS | Dance | Staff

Professor Veronica Lewis MBE to Retire as Principal of London Contemporary Dance School

After 19 years as Principal of London Contemporary Dance School (LCDS) and a 50 year association with The Place, Veronica Lewis MBE has announced she will to retire from her position in December at the end of the academic term. Speaking about her decision, Veronica Lewis MBE said: ‘I’m so grateful to have had the […]

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After 19 years as Principal of London Contemporary Dance School (LCDS) and a 50 year association with The Place, Veronica Lewis MBE has announced she will to retire from her position in December at the end of the academic term.

Speaking about her decision, Veronica Lewis MBE said:

‘I’m so grateful to have had the privilege of leading one of the most vibrant, creative higher education institutions in the UK. However, after 19 years, it’s time for a new energy to build on the School’s success and enjoy the benefits of working alongside the wonderful staff and students, which make it such a special place. I’ve had one of the most fulfilling and rewarding jobs in dance education.’

Veronica Lewis is a firm advocate for educating students alongside practising artists and being part of The Place enables this to happen every day of the week. The broad range of backgrounds and influences that London Contemporary Dance School students come from has, in turn, supported The Place to grow and develop.

During her time at The Place, Veronica has enabled people from all backgrounds to access dance education. She was the brainchild behind the founding of the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama (CDD), now a thriving Higher Education Institution comprising specialist schools delivering world-leading education and vocational training in the performing arts. Assisted by the staff and students, London Contemporary Dance School is now a forward looking, risk-taking and innovative conservatoire which, as a part of CDD, was judged world leading by HEFCE last year. Veronica was a pioneering force in establishing the national Centres for Advanced Training (CATS) in Dance which enable aspiring young dancers to attend regular classes with their peers from the age of ten.

Clare Connor joined The Place as Chief Executive in August 2017 and will take on the role of Interim Principal of LCDS from January 2018. Alongside Clare’s impressive track record in arts leadership, fundraising, entrepreneurship and business development, most recently at Southbank Centre, she brings a wealth of experience in dance. After completing her degree at LCDS she worked as a lecturer in both further and higher education, collaboratively producing performing arts programmes for the University of East London, as well as supporting the validation of new arts programmes in several universities.

Clare Connor, Chief Executive of The Place said ‘Veronica’s contribution to dance and dance education and to the many young dancers who have benefited from the highest level of training is immense. It was at LCDS where I discovered my love of learning. As Interim Principal I’m looking forward to working with the outstanding team of lecturers and visiting artists to help future generations of dance makers unlock their passion for embodied knowledge.’

Jason Clarke, Acting Principal of the Conservatoire, said ‘Veronica was instrumental in establishing the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama in 2001, enabling young people from all backgrounds to access the world-leading education and training delivered by this outstanding group of schools. She served as Joint Principal for CDD until 2014, and more recently has championed the development of student engagement across the schools. We are hugely grateful for her vision, commitment and support over the years.’

—ENDS —

Notes to editors:

Image attached is of Veronica Lewis MBE (standing centre) with the recipients of the Principal’s Award Alethia Antonia and Frankie Hickman at London Contemporary Dance School leavers Ceremony 2017. Photo by Alicia Clarke.

About London Contemporary Dance School

London Contemporary Dance’s School’s vision is to be an international leader in dance education, driving discovery and developing the art form. Its mission is to create innovative and inspiring learning programmes that develop dance artists to the highest standard, preparing them to lead and shape the art form. Through an intensive and rigorous dance education that combines high levels of studio work, with contextual studies, students are supported to go beyond what they currently know, to embrace risk and develop the physical, technical, creative and reflective skills needed to forge their individual artistic voice. LCDS cultivates deep-rooted connections with the dance industry, high calibre practitioners and international conservatoires to ensure that the curriculum is forward thinking and supporting the artistic voices that will lead and shape the art form and the world beyond. lcds.ac.uk

About The Place

The Place is a creative powerhouse for dance development that is leading the way in dance training, creation and performance. It is one of Europe’s most exciting, innovative dance spaces, where artists from all over the world come to push creative boundaries, to experiment and to perform outstanding new work for audiences who expect to be surprised, inspired and delighted. The Place is home to London Contemporary Dance School, Richard Alston Dance Company, a 280 seat theatre, an extensive range of classes, courses and participatory opportunities for adults and young people and professional development programmes for artists. theplace.org.uk

About the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama

Located at the heart of three vibrant cultural centres in Bristol, Leeds and London, the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama is a group of specialist schools delivering world-leading education and vocational training in the performing arts. We train the performing artists and production professionals of the future: actors, circus artists, dancers, stage managers, technical theatre practitioners, choreographers and directors. cdd.ac.uk

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