Open ‘Taster’ Session September 2018

Creative Dance, Choreography and allied Arts

SUNDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER, 2.00-4.30 pm
STUDIO 1, THE COCKPIT
GATEFORTH STREET
LONDON NW8 8EH
£10

If you are a dancer, teacher, choreographer or actor, musician, singer or artist, with an interest in dance and with some dance experience, this creative workshop will give you the opportunity to refresh and expand your dance skills and vocabulary, inspire new ideas and develop your choreographic voice in a supportive and creative atmosphere.

The workshop will be led by Bryony Williams and Elizabeth Blake, founding directors of SpiralArts, who are both dancers, teachers and choreographers with many years of experience.

The session will begin with a warm/up and end with a close down, and will include some SpiralDance; this is an accessible and organic approach to dance/movement which integrates Eastern and Western principles, explores spiral pathways and uses the elements, earth, air, fire and water, as source points for creativity.

Workshop Sessions Spring 2018

They will be held at:

The Research Studio
Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St George’s Road
London SE1 6ER

On the following dates:

Sunday 25th February – 10.30-1.30
Sunday 25th March – 12.30-3.30
Sunday 22nd April – 12.30-3.30

£10/£15 to cover cost of studio hire.

If you are a dancer, teacher, choreographer or actor, musician, singer or artist, with an interest in dance and with some dance experience, this creative workshop will give you the opportunity to refresh and expand your dance skills and vocabulary, inspire new ideas and develop your choreographic voice in a supportive and creative atmosphere.

The workshop will be led by Bryony Williams and Elizabeth Blake, founding directors of SpiralArts, who are both dancers, teachers and choreographers with many years of experience.

The session will begin with a warm/up and end with a close down, and will include some SpiralDance; this is an accessible and organic approach to dance/movement which integrates Eastern and Western principles, explores spiral pathways and uses the elements, earth, air, fire and water, as source points for creativity.

The starting theme for the current workshops will be the Sun and Moon.

If you wish you can bring your own simple movement motif, poem, painting or song that illustrates an aspect or interpretation of the above themes, which can then be developed in the session. This is optional.

Booking:

bryony.williams1@gmail.com or mobile 07944 871736

ebchoreo@hotmail.com or mobile 07580 382197  (Elizabeth Blake)

Please make sure you book before the workshops or we cannot guarantee a place as space is limited.

All ages welcome, but not suitable for children.

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2018 Sunday Workshops

We will be running another series of Sunday workshops in February, March and April, to build on and develop some of the creative ideas from the last series. As always anyone with an interest in creative dance exploration and arts collaboration, preferably with some dance experience, is welcome.
Dates, times etc to be confirmed very soon.

Women At War

SpiralArts is currently working in collaboration with performing arts students at London college of Music, University of West London, on a World War One project ‘Women At War’ to be performed on Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th November at 7 pm, in Lawrence Hall, University of West London, St Mary’s Road, Ealing, London W5 5RF

Workshops: October – December 2017

Sunday 29th October, 12.00-3.00 pm

Sunday 26th November, 12.00-3.00 pm

Sunday 10th December, 3.00-6.00 pm

Price: £15 (£10 concessions)

Venue: Studio 1, The Cockpit, Gateforth Street, Marylebone, London NW8 8EH

If you are a dancer, teacher, choreographer or actor, musician, singer or artist, with an interest in dance and with some dance experience, this creative workshop will give you the opportunity to expand your dance vocabulary, inspire new ideas and develop your choreographic voice, as well as exploring the interrelationship between art forms, in a supportive and creative atmosphere.

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