Class details: 6:30pm – 8pm, Tuesday evenings. Drop in: £20
New dates added for next term: Tuesday 9 January – 27 February

In this class, the intention is to embrace a dynamic and varied physical practice. The class will have both calm moments for self-awareness and breathwork, whilst also having dynamic or powerful moments for exploration.
This class is led by Wil Brown, and is 90 minutes long.

About your workshop instructor

Originally from Devon, Lewis Wilkins began his movement journey as a young teenager upon discovering breaking and capoeira. Both of which continue to inform his practice to this day.
Aged 18, Lewis pursued more formal dance training at London Contemporary Dance School. Since graduating in 2009, he has worked as a performer with various choreographers, companies, and organisations including Jean Abreu, Richard Alston, Bregenzer Festspiele, Tom Dale, Stephanie Dufresne, The National Theatre, Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, The Royal Opera House, Scottish Dance Theatre, and TrashDollys.
Lewis has been teaching since 2014, and specialises in contact improvisation, movement games, conditioning, floorwork and microbatics. His teaching credits include Agitart Figueres Es Mou, DV8 Physical Theatre, National Dance Company Wales and Scottish Dance Theatre. He regularly teaches at B12 Berlin, London Contemporary Dance School, and Nuova Officina della Danza.
Additionally, Lewis has been a returning teacher on degree programmes at London Studio Centre, Middlesex University, Rambert School, and University of Limerick. As a teacher, Lewis is committed to a progressive pedagogy that is participant centred, and he always aims to create an inclusive, supportive, and focussed learning environment where creativity and playfulness can thrive.