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Hi! I’m co-director at IMPERMANENCE DANCE THEATRE and i’m looking forward to set up a weekly dance class in Bristol. My classes are open to all levels although if you have some dance experience you might be able to just close your eyes and totally devote yourself to the movement otherwise you’ll have to concentrate a bit more! You will find that the most important tool you’ll need to bring with you is passion for grooving and having fun while dancing. I have been developing my own way to teach based on what i have learnt during my career and it would be a great pleasure to see how the new and old generations would relate to what i feel is a good way to train our minds and bodies. My classes are based on guided improvisations,using imageries and sensation based tasks to warm up the body.I believe in a soft approach to get mind and body in harmony and ready for physical work and i can promise you that you will be moving a lot!! New limits and movement ranges are to be found in our bodies through relaxation when pain or physical limitations show up.To end the class i would teach some of my own material that will reflect the whole journey of the class and then a nice cool down session where hopefully we are going to see dancers smiling! I believe in the “there’s no right or wrong” kind of approach to dance so just come with love and passion for dancing and we’ll groove together! See you there!
Bristol based Actor and Director. Associate director of Hammerpuzzle Theatre company. Acting credits include work with the RSC, Royal Exchange, New Vic Theatre, Theatre by the lake, York Theatre Royal, Liverpool Everyman, Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough etc. Directing work includes productions of ‘Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, Midsummer Nights Dream’. Most recently, ‘king john’ for Hammerpuzzle Theatre Co and ‘The Dogs of War’ for the Theatre Royal Bath.
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The Bristol Revunions are Bristol University’s award-winning* sketch comedy troupe. After a hiatus of a few decades, the Revunions were reformed in 2008 and have focused on sketch comedy ever since (with a little bit of stand-up thrown in occasionally). Famous members have included Jamie Demetriou (★★★★★ The Independent), Mat Ewins (Chortle Student Comedy Award finalist), and Charlotte Ritchie (star of Channel 4’s ‘Fresh Meat’). Praise for the Revunions – ★★★★★ ThreeWeeks ★★★★ ‘fabulously funny’, Broadway Baby ‘One of the best sketches you will see in Edinburgh’, The Edinburgh Evening News, 2011 ★★★★ ‘terrifyingly hilarious’, Inter:Mission Bristol *’Narratorville’ won the National Association of Student Television Award for ‘Best Comedy’ (2013) and a Special Commendation from Jump Cut Short Film Festival. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6YWMNkn9Fs)
Little Epic are a daring, thoughtful and literate theatre team from the South West who employ an energetic and witty style that pulls its audience into the heart of the work.
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Tobacco Factory Theatres produces and presents excellent art in unique, intimate and visceral spaces, including our Factory Theatre in Bristol, as well as off site in Bristol and in venues across the country. We present a jam-packed programme of diverse and exciting shows, workshops and events, from classic and contemporary theatre, to theatre for families, comedy, dance, music, opera and puppetry. We also programme an extensive season of TF+ events and activities for audiences, artists and young people. The Factory Theatre is a non-conventional, versatile theatre space, which has been used for performance since 1998, exciting audiences and performers alike. Often described as ‘intimate’ and ‘raw’, the space seats between 230 and 300 people and can be arranged end-on, in the round or thrust.
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