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Canadian-born, Bristol-based choreographer.

Cast/Performers

Laila Diallo

Archive listings for Laila Diallo

Work type: Dance or ballet.

In This Moment - T0907307515

6 Nov 18Capstone Theatre, Liverpool :: V0538369222
listing details L02047404908

Hold Everything Dear - T01858193183

With Hold Everything Dear, La?la Diallo finds inspiration in themes of migration and displacement to create a compelling moment of dance. For this new opus she is joined by composer Jules Maxwell, with a specially commissioned live score, and by an outstanding cast of dancers and musicians. This is a UK premiere.
26 Nov 13Lancaster Arts, Lancaster :: V522
listing details L01474928948
19 Sep 13 to 21 Sep 13Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L1557153069
11 May 13The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
listing details L488671328

T019106427

Five (2008), Between the Shingle and the Dune (2005), Imprint (2009), 'new work' (2010)
5 Mar 10Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking :: V1033
listing details L0471162348

Out of Sight in the Direction of My Body - T559504604

An expansive landscape, barren and white. In this suggested environment, the dancer's relative smallness and fragility are accentuated, yet her most subtle shifts of tension, of intention are highlighted and allowed to resonate and fill the space. This solo is the outcome of collaborations between Laila Diallo (performer and choreographer), Theo Clinkard, Andy Downie and Phil King who respectively have created costume, lighting and music for the piece.
24 Nov 06 to 25 Nov 06Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
listing details L380304423

Between the Shingle and the Dune - T1026007137

[Laila Diallo], until recently a member of [Random Dance Company], present an intimate duet in collaboration with dancer [Theo Clinkard], co-director of Probe. Between the Shingle and the Dune evokes tales of distance and nearness and captures moments of togetherness.
16 Oct 06 to 17 Oct 06The Lilian Baylis Theatre, Inner London :: V236
listing details L1507190715

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