1. Charlie Morrissey

    1. Wainsgate Dances

      31/01/19 - 31/01/20
      00:00 - 23:59

      Wainsgate Dances is an international artist led project that includes workshops, residencies, performances and other events based at Wainsgate Chapel just outside Hebden Bridge in Yorkshire.

      It’s a place where artists come together to explore and question what dance can do, and an experiment in finding new models of resourceful and sustainable artist-led development and production.

      Here’s a little snapshot from 2018

      For 2019, Charlie has received funding from Arts Council England to support the programme.

      Charlie will work with Rob Hopper to organise 10 residencies with artists including: Roberta Jean, Samir Kennedy, Hannah Buckley, Seke Chimutengwende, Hannah Sullivan, Lucy Suggate,  Mark Bleakley, Claricia Kruithoff, Anushiye Yarnell, Gillie Kleiman, Janina Rajakangas, Neil Callaghan

      There will be 9 workshops with artists including Katie Duck, Karen NelsonGaby Agiss, K.J. Holmes Thomas Goodwin, Wendy Houstoun, Charlie Morrissey and Katye Coe, Ben Wright; Seke Chimutengwende.

      In June as part of Hebden Bridge Arts Festival Wainsgate Dances will host a weekend of performances from artists including Jonathan Burrows, Katye Coe, Francesca and Matteo Fargion, Wendy Houstoun and Charlie Morrissey. Tickets here

      Other news…

      Katy Hewison has been at Wainsgate together with a group of dance artists working with children from Old Town Primary School as part of her Improplay  project

      Theo Clinkard is spending some time at Wainsgate developing a new work The Century Project with dancers including Steph McMann, Samir Kennedy, Connor Scott, Lauren Potter, Leah Marojevic, Bun Kobayashi.

      Bakani Pick-Up Company will be in residence for a week working on a new piece with Theo Clinkard in October,

      More details can be found on the Wainsgate Dances Facebook page.

      Follow Wainsgate Dances on Instagram

      For information and to book for workshops, contact Rob Hopper at robhopper@aol.co.uk

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