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Only 25 spaces - book early to avoid disappointment!

About the workshop:
Starting each day with a morning class, Theo will be inviting people to bring attention to their perceptive experience of the space, of the other dancers and of their own moving body to find greater lucidity in action and a sense of connection within the group. This will be followed by led movement patterns, phrase work and group improvisations that encourage articulate and expansive dancing.

Theo will then share a range of exploratory and creative tasks from various creative processes, many of which aim to divert performers self consciousness by focusing on responses to touch, to the visual field, to conditions of time, to language, to vivid imagery and to imagined realities. Theo will be cultivating a generous and inclusive safe space for all those that attend.

When? Saturday 21 - Sunday 22 September, 11am - 5pm
Where? Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Studio 3
Price:

£70 for both days
£65 until August 11th - Early Bird!

Pre-bookings only:
Book your space by sending an e-mail to hello[at]prodanceleeds.com

Confirm by sending payment to:
Lloyds Bank
Sort code: 30-98-93
Account number: 60414068

Once we have received your payment you will get a confirmation e-mail. Unfortunately, no refunds can be offered on this occasion.

 
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Theo Clinkard is based in Yorkshire and his practice spans choreography, pedagogy, performance and design. Since launching his company in 2012, he has steadily built an international reputation for creating affecting and visually arresting dances for small to large-scale theatres and non-theatre settings.

Past company productions include Ordinary Courage, Chalk, Of Land & Tongue and This Bright Field and his company have toured to Chile, Ireland, Switzerland, and Germany. Current works include The Elsewhen Series; a set of duet scores for gallery and museum spaces that he will perform with regular his collaborator, Leah Marojević and a new group work The Century Project (working title) that will span 100 years.

Recent commissioned works include works for Tanztheatre Wuppertal Pina Bausch and Danza Contemporanea de Cuba, whilst a new work for Candoco Dance Company will premiere in October 2019.

Clinkard regularly leads intensives workshops, residencies and classes internationally for professional companies, dance organisations and training institutions, including engagements in Chile, Belgium, Ireland, Germany, Wales, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, United States, France, Spain, Cuba, Italy, Finland, Sweden and Norway.

He is an Associate Artist at Brighton Dome & Festival, Dance4 and an Honorary Fellow at Plymouth University.



Photo Credits (from top to bottom): Jesus Robisco, Stephen Wright, Camilla Greenwell