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From Here to Maturity is an artist-led organisation and its members, whose ages range from late forty to early 70s. It aims to challenge ageism and prejudice by making original and imaginative dance pieces which entertain, stimulate and touch and emotions. Endangered Species, part one features the quirky theatrical touch of Protein with choreography by co-artistic director Suca Silvestrini. The memories and dreams of five people are at the centre of this new work which takes the audience to some very familiar places - in an extraordinary way. Endangered Species part two is Raft of Reasons, a new duet by determined dance individualist Matthew Hawkins for himself and former Royal Ballet principal, Jennifer Jackson.


Jane Dore, John Hurley, Lucy Burge, Jennifer Jackson, Tom Yang, Ann Dickie


Choreographer(s): Matthew Hawkins, Luca Silvestrini, Jennifer Jackson
Design: Dick Bird
Lighting(s): Michael Mannion, Charles Balfour
Costume(s): Silvia Raggi Cose, Pearl

From Here to Maturity - Endangered Species

From Here to Maturity - Endangered Species (Dance or ballet) production archive for QTIX code T01488977502. Details of all From Here to Maturity - Endangered Species archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S02057707759

Archive Listings

9 May 05The Hawth
Crawley, West Sussex
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28 Apr 05Strode Theatre
Street, Somerset
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26 Apr 05Corn Exchange
Newbury, Berkshire
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7 Apr 05
8 Apr 05
The Lowry
Salford, Greater Manchester
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31 Mar 05Chancellor Hall
Chelmsford, Essex
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19 May 04South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre
Bracknell, Berkshire
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4 May 04Lancaster Arts
Lancaster, Lancashire
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30 Apr 04Stamford Arts Centre
Stamford, Lincolnshire
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27 Apr 04
28 Apr 04
Southbank Centre
West End, Greater London
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