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Anjali, a pioneering group of dancers with learning disabilities. Anjali Dance Company website.

Archive listings for Anjali Dance Company

Work type: Dance or ballet.

Genius - T0757800894

An exceptional group of six dancers perform two works. Gary Clarke's Beethoven takes a touching and darkly humorous look at the extraordinary personal life and musical works of Ludwig van Beethoven. In Bloodsucker, Lea Anderson has created a stylised, gently humorous exploration of the legend of the vampire Nosferatu and his depiction in film.
7 Nov 19Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
listing details L1701746986
3 Oct 19Pavilion Dance South West, Bournemouth :: V0373043174
listing details L358966948
5 Oct 17Dance City, Newcastle Upon Tyne :: V916524193
listing details L0299293979

Genius - T0879575223

A double-bill of strange dance theatre. T4TWO takes place in a secret eugenic laboratory where the lens of Anjali’s microscope shows a cocktail of humour, glamour and insolence, spiced with a drop of insanity. MOON 67 invites you to take your protein pills and put your helmet on before you join the ship of clowns in their dances of delight and despair remembering that in space, no one can hear you laugh.
2 Dec 10 to 3 Dec 10Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801
listing details L0410693272

Unexploded Stories - T01440597136

The UK’s leading company of dancers with learning disabilities take to the stage to confound expectations in a night to remember. Intimate dance pieces fused together by passion and purpose, Unexploded Stories is a new work imagined and choreographed by the dancers themselves. Six performers, an extraordinary soundscape and striking costumes all combine in a visually engaging concoction of fantasy and fun.
9 Dec 08 to 10 Dec 08Burton Taylor Theatre, Oxford :: V799
listing details L1448863115

Something Wild - Saloon/Save The Last Dance/Butterfly - T753301167

Saloon - Set in the Wild West, Saloon features comedy, drama, three men, four women, no horses and great performances. Save the Last Dance - A witty and moving performance with four dancers that examines the difference between the brash exterior of the male character and the sensitive soul within. Butterfly - Inspired by the extreme choreography seen in movies like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Hero, West Side Story, and Chicago, combines film and dance in a dazzling way to produce a performance that shimmers with colour, movement and vitality. This new experimental piece was made by New York born choreographer [Suzette Neptune] and film-maker Anna Lucas.Choreographer Charlotte Vincent. Choreographer TC Howard. Choreographer Pete Shenton. Choreographer Tom Roden. Choreographer Suzette Neptune.
30 Nov 07Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury :: V925
listing details L2079356496
11 Jul 07The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794
listing details L01860275036
15 May 07The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
listing details L0393089169
24 Feb 07Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801
listing details L0680461274

Save the Last Dance/Parable/Wonderland - T01029181771

Save the Last Dance is a trio for Anjali's three male dancers and combines wit, drama and athleticism. Featuring Vincent Dance Theatre's trademark theatrical integrity, the work promises to be captivating and powerful. Save the Last Dance is presented alongside Parable and Wonderland, two of last year's hits.Choreographer Charlotte Vincent. Choreographer TC Howard.
20 Oct 05The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794
listing details L684813828

WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) - T457089894

An evening of three diverse, dynamic and sophisticated dance works that will astonish, inspire and amuse. A fusion of cutting edge technology, film and vibrant contemporary dance, WYSIWYG creates a unique intimacy between the audience and dancer, which is both inexplicable and honest.
8 Dec 03Civic Hall, Ellesmere Port :: V1119
listing details L169711716
26 Nov 03 to 27 Nov 03Stratford Circus, Outer London :: V1222144777
listing details L0643199802
15 Nov 03Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801
listing details L786656537
13 Nov 03The Lilian Baylis Theatre, Inner London :: V236
listing details L708653443
28 Sep 03Arc Theatre, Trowbridge :: V881281219
listing details L87683567

T0857951572

Indian dancer and yoga practitioner Sharmila Desai leads an exploration into the art and ritual of yoga through photography and live performance. Desai performs to live South Indian percussion by M Balachandar, and uses visuals by MCDC and Kotekan, whilst dance photographer Suran Goonatilake creates a live documentary. A thoroughly multi-media event, followed by French Algerian DJ Cheb I Sabbah playing in the bar.
13 Oct 02ICA, Inner London :: V205
listing details L1078710222

Flight/Talking Point/Prosperous Beach/Buzz Off - T0291989987

Through New Eyes - A triple bill with works by Rhonda Harbar, Matthew Hawkins and Clare Russ. Anjali Dance Company - all of whose dancers have a learning disability - is at the cutting edge of disability dance. After only five years, the company is now receiving wide recognition for it's extrodinary performances of powerful and original dance works.Choreographer Rhonda Harbar (Flight). Choreographer Claire Russ (Talking Point). Choreographer Matthew Hawkins (Prosperous Beach). Choreographer The Dancers (Buzz Off). Performer Mark Barber. Performer Kristian Robinson. Performer Jackie Davis. Performer Paul Ward.
27 Oct 01 to 28 Oct 01Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
listing details L844135436

Through New Eyes - Flight/Prosperous Beach/Talking Point - T01091998101

For this performance they bring three pieces from some of the most exciting choreographers on the British dance scene. Sixes from [Clare Russ], Fight from [Nicole Thomson-Stewart] and [Rhonda Harbour] and Prosperous from [Matthew Hawkins].Choreographer Rhonda Harbour. Director Nicole Thomson. Costume Eleanor Courtenay. Music Anthony Kimber-McTiffen. Other Kasia Howard (video).
24 Oct 01Phoenix Arts, Leicester :: V432
listing details L0582940971
18 May 01Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801
listing details L1162866997
16 May 01South Street Arts Centre, Reading :: V736
listing details L2002974736

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