“both theatrical and touching… an imaginative and creative collection of work that provides a highly enjoyable and watchable evening of dance and performance” The Press and Journal
“richly varied, technically demanding work that the group perform superbly” The Herald
INDEPEN-DANCE 4 is an ensemble of four young dancers – Hayley Earlam, Adam Sloan, Kelly McCartney and Neil Price. They are back on the road in March and April with their much acclaimed triple bill of work – Some of the Moments We Haven’t Forgotten choreographed by Christine Devaney with music composed and performed live by cellist Robin Mason; Drifting directed by Ramesh Meyyappan with music by the award-winning composer David Paul Jones; and Goldfish choreographed by Lucy Bennett and Chris Pavia of Stopgap Dance Company.
Choreographers: Lucy Bennett and Chris Pavia (StopGap)
Watching the world through his aquarium, Owen Moon’s imagination begins to seep into his everyday life.
When reality starts to shake his dream world, Owen submerges himself deeper into a fantasy full of fish, space and MTV.
Choreographer/Director Ramesh Meyyappan
Music composed by David Paul Jones
Devised by Hayley Earlam, Adam Sloan, Neil Price and Kelly McCartney
A boy falls in and out of sleep, and as his sleep becomes deeper and longer, the stresses and strains take their toll, and his family begin to drift apart.
Some Of The Moments We Haven’t Forgotten
“Dreaming ties all mankind together,” Jack Kerouac
Choreographer/Director Christine Devaney
Music composed and played by Robin Mason
Devised by Christine Devaney, Robin Mason, Hayley Earlam, Adam Sloan, Neil Price and Kelly McCartney
From nothing but listening and breathing together, unfolds a series of moments, that have no meaning until you watch and share these moments. This work evolved through playing and dreaming together.
Touring across Scotland, the triple bill opens on Friday 20 March in Mull and finishes at the School of Contemporary Dance in Dundee on Monday 6 April.
For further information contact, Sarah Maria Peiler, on 0740 1452625 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday 20 March, 2.00pm
Mull Theatre (Druimfin, Tobermory)
01688 302211 / www.comar.co.uk
Saturday 21 March, 7.30pm
Corran Halls (Oban)
01631 567333 / www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/theatre/corran-halls
Wednesday 25 March, 7.30pm
Scottish Youth Theatre (Glasgow)
0141 559 4930 / www.indepen-dance.org.uk/tour
Friday 27 March, 7.00pm
£8/£4.50/£3.50 (local links)
0141 276 9696 (opt 1) / www.platform-online.co.uk
Tuesday, 31 March, 7.30pm
Paisley Arts Centre
0300 300 1210 / www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/onlinebooking
Wednesday, 01 April, 7.30pm
Village Theatre (East Kilbride)
01355 261000 / www.slleisureandculture.co.uk
Friday, 03 April, 7.30pm
£12/£8 /£6 (children)
01236 732887 / www.cumbernauldtheatre.co.uk
Monday, 06 April, 7.30pm
The Space (Dundee)
01382 434940 / www.dundeebox.co.uk
Notes to Editors:
Indepen-dance is an inclusive dance development company offering creative movement classes to people with diverse abilities, their carers, family members and volunteers. Throughout the year, the company performs work of high artistic standards created in collaboration with professional choreographers and dancers. Indepen-dance enables individuals with diverse abilities to participate in and benefit fully from a quality arts provision. As strong believers in an inclusive approach, all Indepen-dance’s activities are offered to both disabled and non-disabled people, providing everyone with the opportunity to learn from each other and share a quality creative experience.
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