Amy Robinson @ Fiver Fridays

Silent Scream

A Chisenhale Dance Space
Fiver Friday production featuring:
Amy Robinson
26 Friday, 7pm
£5, Advance Tickets

Each Fiver Friday gives you an evening of work in our iconic Main Studio for only £5! Great dance. Great space. And the drinks are cheap too!

Silent Scream

A darkly twisting tale of the silenced, the spoken for and the ‘distractified’. ‘Silent Scream’ is a new dance theatre work which uses a multi-disciplinary approach to include dance, text, movement and film to explore the image of a silent scream. Let the girl draw you into her world as the tale of her ‘distractification’ unfolds…….

A thought provoking and dark work, touching on the political and modern condition we find ourselves in. Described as ‘captivating’ ‘horribly beautiful’ and a ‘morality tale for the modern age’.

Company Info:

Amy Robinson trained at Roehampton University gaining a BA Hons in Dance Studies and now works as a freelance Dance Artist teaching across London (Laban, Greenwich Dance, Chisenhale Dance Space). She has previously choreographed for The Painted Hall (Greenwich), Eltham Palace and The National Maritime Museum with Greenwich Dance and contributed to Big Dance (Trafalgar Square) 2012. This is her first full length professional work which she has choreographed, written and is performing in.

Sarah Wilkinson is the Manchester based actor, director and owner of ‘Stone Jetty Productions Theatre Company’ whose plays have appeared in Manchester and Liverpool and takes on the directorial role in this production.

David Strange is a lighting designer who works at the Barbican Theatre (London) and has previously designed shows with Tempered Body Dance.

Performers:

Jodie Cole received a BA Hons in dance performance from Middlessex University and went on for further training at London Contemporary Dance School. Jodie currently works for Global Arts and Step into Dance (Royal Academy of Dance), with her youth works performed at Sadler’s Wells and The Royal Festival Hall. As well as pursuing her own choreographic career, she performs for other choreographers and theatre companies. In the past, Jodie has worked for Gary Clarke, GDA, Parkour Dance, Needlefoot Dance and she has mentored and trained freelance dance facilitators for Step Into Dance. Most recently, Jodie was supported by Dance Research Studio and Jacky Lansley, to explore voice and movement in an interdisciplinary context. Jodie is also an experienced yoga practitioner and teaches on the yoga programme at the London Buddhist Centre and across London. Her recent choreography ‘I am not in Love’ is being shown at the The Place Theatre as part of Resolution 2016.

Lizz Fort recently gained her MA in Community Dance Studies and she creates and choreographs alongside her lecturing post at The Royal Academy of Dance. Her artistic practice traverses concepts and practices of community, choreography, collaboration, inclusion, curation, writing and dialogue.

Katharine le Roux is a Dance Artist currently training on the ‘Choreological Studies’ at Laban. Her most recent work has been selected to be performed at the Bonnie Bird Theatre, Laban.

Rachel Southern is a storyteller and theatre deviser currently working and performing with Black Cab Theatre co and Lingua Franca Theatre. She also works as an independent theatre facilitator independently and on behalf of Bigfoot Arts Education, Freshwater Theatre co and Eastside arts education.