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Contagion - T01078705821

In 1918 the Spanish flu pandemic infected one third of the world's population and killed over 50 million people. Directly exacerbated by troop and civilian migrations from the First World War, the virus killed more people than the war itself. Contagion is a 40-minute promenade piece for war, art and science-related venues, opening at the Gymnasium Gallery in Berwick-upon-Tweed, a former army barracks where soldiers were sent to keep fit during the first world war. Contagion is inspired by the nature and rapid spread of the flu virus ? the unseen enemy that mankind was battling within, while engaging in more conventional warfare in the world outside.
2 Nov 18 to 3 Nov 18The British Library, Inner London :: V02093654689
listing details L01815720430
5 Oct 18Northgate Arts Centre, Ipswich :: V374262553
listing details L0128334362
15 Sep 18 to 16 Sep 18The Maltings, Berwick-on-Tweed :: V986
listing details L964091701

Bayadere/The Ninth Life - T01189525527

Ground-breaking dance-maker Shobana Jeyasingh brings her radical imagination to Petipa's legendary ballet La Bayad?re. More than a retelling it searches for the roots of the Bayadere herself and the allure she exerted in Europe over the centuries. The words of the celebrated French writer Th?ophile Gautier, who recorded his ambiguous impressions of Indian temple dancers in 1838, add to the rich mix of Gabriel Prokofiev's specially commissioned score to form a unique and personal work. Featuring a bold new design created by the award-winning contemporary theatre designer Tom Piper, following its premiere at the Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House in 2015.
16 Oct 17 to 17 Oct 17Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
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28 Sep 17 to 29 Sep 17The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L042571992

Bayadere The Ninth Life - T1613843074

This new many-layered narrative presents a fresh vision of dance belonging to both India and Europe, with originally commissioned music by Gabriel Prokofiev. Expect a visually stunning performance packed with visceral energy and choreographic virtuosity, from an international cast of exceptional dancers.Director Shobana Jeyasingh. Choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh. Design Adam Wiltshire. Costume Adam Wiltshire. Lighting Fabiana Piccioli. Performer Avatara Ayuso. Performer Richard Causer. Performer Nathan Goodman. Performer Sunbee Han. Performer Noora Kela. Performer Davin King. Performer Emily Pottage.
16 Oct 17 to 17 Oct 17Peacock Theatre, West End :: V222
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6 May 15Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
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25 Mar 15 to 28 Mar 15Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
listing details L01863302849

Material Men redux - T01512670856

A full-length version of the acclaimed Material Men (2015). Material Men redux is a virtuoso piece for two dazzling male performers of the Indian diaspora. Their chosen dance styles could not be more different ? one classical Indian and the other hip hop. However, they share a history rooted in the dark realities of colonial migration and plantation labour. Material Men redux is a dynamic and moving exploration of the violence of loss and the creation of new ways of belonging.Design Simon Daw. Costume Simon Daw. Design Simon Daw (video design). Lighting Floriaan Ganzevoort. Music Elena Kats-Chernin. Group/Band The Smith Quartet. Sound Leafcutter John.
28 Apr 17 to 29 Apr 17The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
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26 Apr 17The Tramway, Glasgow :: V621
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27 Mar 17 to 28 Mar 17Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145
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2 Mar 17The Point, Southampton :: V1114
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24 Feb 17Northgate Arts Centre, Ipswich :: V374262553
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7 Feb 17Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham :: V0165922284
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Double Bill: Strange Blooms/New Work - T1657278432

Shobana Jeyasingh Dance presents a double bill of her acclaimed Strange Blooms twinned with the world premiere of her new work. The piece brings together star soloists Sooraj Subramaniam and Shailesh Bahoran, artists of the Indian diaspora whose backgrounds are in classical and hip-hop dance respectively. Contrasts in style and similarities of origin are the starting points for an exploration of rhythm, location and shared history. Strange Blooms is an ensemble work inspired by the cellular life of plants, presenting a complex interplay of energy and pattern and Jeyasingh's practice of collaboration with contemporary composers sees her working with Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin in the new commission funded by the RPS Drummond Fund.
16 Sep 15 to 17 Sep 15Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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TooMortal - T01177793091

Shobana Jeyasingh Dance presents a beautiful mesmerising work, strikingly set within an historic church in the City of Bath. Six women dressed in flame red costumes, dance within the pews, weaving a story that moves between power and quiet reflection.
3 Apr 14 to 5 Apr 14The Edge Arts (formerly the Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Arts (ICIA)), Bath :: V1031
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25th Anniversary - T1728122821

We celebrate the 25th anniversary of Shobana Jeyasingh's company with a brand new piece. Shobana Jeyasingh is renowned for dance creations of visceral energy and excellence as well as collaborations with outstanding composers. This autumn Southbank Centre celebrates her company's 25th anniversary with a new commission for Queen Elizabeth Hall. For her new piece Jeyasingh works with Gabriel Prokofiev, a classically-trained composer who revels in the latest technology. Together they re-imagine and re-mix early baroque music with all its exuberance, ornamentation and contrast. The new work appears in a double bill with Configurations, Jeyasingh's seminal 1988 piece celebrated for its exhilarating speed and stunning detail. Mathematical rhythmic patterns from classical Indian dance are deployed to create a remarkably fresh and contemporary work. Michael Nyman's original music, which became known as his acclaimed String Quartet No.2, is played live on stage for these performances.
3 Dec 13 to 4 Dec 13Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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TooMortal - T56956606

Shobana Jeyasingh Dance returns to celebrate its 25th anniversary with this beautiful, mesmeric work, strikingly set within the historic church of St Pancras. Dancing within the pews, six women dressed in flame red weave a story that moves between power and quiet reflection. Are they charting a journey from cradle to grave? Or cast adrift on a wooden sea? The soundtrack by sound artist Cassiel remixes Tenebrae Responsories by James MacMillan, creating an atmosphere of calm solemnity infused with tense, sometimes ominous, flavours.
10 Oct 13 to 11 Oct 13General, Inner London :: V1231
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Classic Cut: Configurarions and Dev Kahan Hai?/Where is Dev? - T1726422759

The original Configurations was widely celebrated for its bravura use of speed and stunning detail. Revisiting and reimagining it for two men and two women, Jeyasingh gives a glimpse into the beginning of her company's life and the inspirational collaboration between choreographer and composer (captured in an hour-long Channel 4 TV documentary at the time). Nyman's music for Configurations became his acclaimed String Quartet No. 2 and will be played live on stage by the Smith Quartet in London and the Benyounes Quartet in Eastleigh, Birmingham and Taunton (other performances use recordings). New designs by Lucy Carter (lighting) and Ursula Bombshell (costume) complete the picture. In Dev Kahan Hai?/Where is Dev?, Jeyasingh turns for the first time to the dramatic genre of classical Indian dance, inspired by the intense formal dramas of countless Indian films. Dev Kahan Hai?/Where is Dev? is the first sample in Niraj Chag's Bollywood-tinged score and is Jeyasingh's first title in Hindi, a language she doesn't speak. Niraj Chag is a key modern interpreter of Asian classical and folk styles and his work has been described as ?resembling prayer in its power'. Jeyasingh's music director Glyn Perrin oversees the development of the commission while her frequent collaborator Pete Gomes makes accompanying film. Classic Cut is the first project in a three-year artistic and education programme of work put together to celebrate Shobana Jeyasingh's creative journey over the last 25 years. The programme also includes an international collaborative work with artists from the UK and India in 2012/2013; a new mid-scale work to celebrate the 25th anniversary itself in 2013; and a series of participation and learning projects throughout the next three years. The company has launched a 25th anniversary fundraising campaign alongside this programme.Performer Kamala Devam. Performer Rathimalar Govindarajoo. Performer Sooraj Subramaniam. Performer Sri Thina Subramaniam. Performer Devaraj Thimmaiah. Performer Parshwanath Upadhye.
9 Oct 12Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
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4 Oct 12Laban Theatre, Outer London :: V342
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27 Mar 12Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918
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22 Mar 12The Core at Corby Cube, Corby :: V0614704705
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20 Mar 12mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146
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13 Mar 12 to 17 Mar 12Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
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23 Feb 12The Point, Southampton :: V1114
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TooMortal - T01683250445

Shobana Jeyasingh Dance create a powerful new dance work especially for historic churches. Shobana Jeyasingh Dance presents TooMortal, an atmospheric new work created for churches in London, Stockholm and Venice. Inspired by their dramatic architecture, Jeyasingh's striking choreography contrasts and complements the rhythms and spaces of these historic buildings. Exploring notions of the church as a sanctuary, the work offers an intimate, reflective respite to the busy hubbub of the streets outside. TooMortal explores both human vulnerability and tenacity within a sacred and contemplative setting. Offering surprising new perspectives, Jeyasingh's choreography sees the dancers travelling over the pews on a powerful and mesmerising journey.
19 Jul 12 to 21 Jul 12General, General :: V1679655400
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12 Jul 12 to 14 Jul 12General, Outer London :: V1087
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28 Jun 12 to 30 Jun 12General, Outer London :: V1087
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Bruise Blood/Faultline - T01515287527

Inspired by the drive and hustle of youth and cities. More and more people are going to see dance every year, and our stage is the perfect place to come and see some of the country’s most acclaimed dance companies, right on your doorstep. This season we’ve handpicked the work of Shobana Jeyasingh, whose contribution to the arts in Britain saw her named Asian Woman of Achievement (2008). Bruise Blood (2009) brings together beatbox artist Shlomo and composer Glyn Perrin to remix Steve Reich’s seminal classic Come Out. The popular and critically acclaimed Faultline (2007) features the hauntingly beautiful voice of Indian soprano Patricia Rosario, and vividly portrays attitudes and tensions among British Asian youth.
19 Oct 10Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
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Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court - T442312849

Taking her cue from the stunning neo-classical courtyard and the dynamically designed fountains at Somerset House, award-winning choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh weaves a compelling and contrasting story for London in the 21st century. Come and watch a powerful all women cast, made up of five extraordinary professional dancers and fifteen of the UK’s exciting emerging talents brought together especially for this unmissable event. Jeyasingh's dramatic choreography, together with the unique talents of designer Ursula Bombshell and sound artist Cassiel, promise an intense and water-inspired dance performance for visitors to Somerset House.
1 Jul 10 to 4 Jul 10Somerset House, Inner London :: V2127346213
listing details L1745171664

Just Add Water? - T618453317

Just Add Water?, poses the question "Is cross-cultural eating the greatest success story of our time?"
22 Apr 10Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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20 Apr 10Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
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Faultline/New Work - T0514235705

World Premiere. The lastest in a series of Dance Umbrella/Dance UK discussions, focuses on the current lack of high profile UK female choreographers, arguments about which have recently made a splash across the arts press. This has triggered fiery exchanges about the validity of the debate, the barriers to women's professional development and, what steps, if any, might be taken to promote women in choreography. Historically, the dance sector and choreography has been dominated by iconic female figures, from Martha Graham and Bronislava Nijinska, to Pina Bausch and Germaine Acogny, so why in the UK today is there a perception that we have a problem? Linda Jasper, Director of Youth Dance England, chairs a debate discussing the issues with choreographers Siobhan Davies, Charlotte Vincent, Kettly Noël and Nelisiwe Xaba; Brendan Keany, Director of Greenwich Dance Agency; and Julia Carruthers, Executive Director of Akram Khan Company. In partnership with Dance UK.
21 Oct 09 to 22 Oct 09Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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Just Add Water? - T1234324212

World Premiere. Shobana Jeyasingh returns to the Linbury Studio Theatre for the London premiere of her latest full-length work Just Add Water?, which poses the question "Is cross-cultural eating the greatest success story of our time?"Choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh. Music Orlando Gough. Lyrics Rani Moorthy. Design Dick Straker. Lighting Lucy Carter. Costume Christina Cunningham.
1 May 09 to 6 May 09Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
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The Dancers' Cut - T01562295939

The Dancers' Cut is a birthday celebration that presents the bite-sized best bits of Shobana Jeyasingh’s choreography, a creative force that has undoubtedly shaped much of UK dance today. These fierce solos, intricate duets and athletic trios all have a human story to tell as bodies and cultures collide. Film combines with live performance to reveal the dancers’ take on the work and how in turn Jeyasingh’s unique style has shaped their creative lives.
13 Mar 09 to 14 Mar 09The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
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6 Feb 09 to 7 Feb 09Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801
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Faultline/Exit No Exit - T01527269621

A fusion of contemporary dance and classical Asian styles, Faultline reflects the tensions and contradictions of Asian youth in the UK. International dancers resonate with the survival instinct of the young in today’s fastpaced, urban Britain. Film footage by Pete Gomes epitomises the anxiety and energy of the street; whilst haunting, atmospheric music features an electro-score by Scanner, overlaid with vocals by Errolyn Wallen and sung live by soprano, Patricia Rosario. In Exit No Exit, Michael Nyman’s music propels six dancers effortlessly on and off the stage. In the centre, a soloist remains trapped. The anticipation of entrances and the impossibility of exits are coloured by the shifting patterns creeping across the stage. Internationally recognised, Shobana Jeyasingh has captivated and engaged audiences for almost twenty years with her dynamic, fearless and enigmatic choreography.
6 Nov 08Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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17 Oct 08MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642
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The Dancer's Cut - T0419228906

An absolute must for both seasoned dance lovers and new converts alike, the award winning Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company present a unique opportunity to experience the power and skill of thier superb dancers in candid close-up as they perform specially selected highlights from Jeyasingh's hallmark choreography. With two decades of unrivalled influence over contemporary dance, SJDC will be celebrating their 20th anniversary with this special insight into some of their most exhilarating and culturally ambiguous work.
13 Mar 08Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
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13 Feb 08Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury :: V925
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22 Nov 07Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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The Dancer's Cut - T1638430117

Take a look at dance from the inside and join [Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company]'s dancers as they perform the best bits from the last 5 years of Shobana's award winning choreography.
5 Feb 08The Drum, Birmingham :: V397448197
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City:zen - work in progress/Faultline - T540812420

City:zen - Flavours collide, distort and mutate, as SJDC ask ‘is there a recipe for the perfectly integrated citizen?’ [Shobana Jeyasingh] has created a unique dance language drawing on contemporary dance, Indian classical dance and martial arts. This new work reflects the time she has spent in Hong Kong and Japan over the last two years. Collaborating with Orlando Gough (music), and Shizuka Hariu (lighting), City:zen will explore the extremes of living in our urban spaces. Faultline - multi-lingual movement, film and a powerful score of electronic and vocal music evokes the current tensions of British-Asian youth. This fast moving and thought provoking production is inspired by Guatam Malkhani's best selling book, Londonstani.
31 Jan 08The Point, Southampton :: V1114
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24 Jan 08Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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Faultline/Exit No Exit - T02145349811

[Shobana Jeyasingh]'s bold new piece uses dance, film and powerful sound to create a dance work with British and Asian influences. Inspired by Gautam Malkani's book Londonstani, Faultline features live performances by classical soprano [Patricia Rozario] and sonic artist [Scanner], as well as atmospheric film footage commissioned from conceptual film artist Pete Gnomes and Jeyasingh's rich, hybrid movement. Exit No Exit is a charged representation of the anticipation of entrances and the impossibility of easy exits, set to music by [Michael Nyman] performed on live bass clarinet.
20 Mar 07Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
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6 Mar 07 to 7 Mar 07Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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Exit no Exit Double Bill - T01285167501

Rising star Rashpal Singh Bansal joins this international company of dancers for Shobana Jeyasingh's latest new work. With skills drawn from India, the UK, Malaysia and the USA, Shobana's dancers' resonant, athletic bodies inject a martial arts energy into the choreographer's sharp and invigorating movement language. Sound artist Scanner provides an eclectic score featuring the inimitable voice of solo soprano Patricia Rosario.Performer Rashpal Singh Bansal.
21 Feb 07South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731
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A Work in Progress - T01905867967

18 Jan 07Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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Transtep/Flicker - T1169128651

Transtep - exploring urban life in Britain today through a unique hybrid dance language. Flicker features a new live music commission with iconic British composer [Michael Nyman]. This piece sees the creative reunion of two of the most recognised and innovative artists in their fields continuing to explore their shared interest in numbers and random patterning. Jeyasingh and Nyman first collaborated in 1988 on the company's first production Configurations with their sparky relationship captured in a Channel 4 documentary. The dance work will also be accompanied by specially commissioned cutting-edge digital visuals.Music Michael Nyman.
1 Apr 06The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
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28 Mar 06Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
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24 Mar 06 to 25 Mar 06Peepul Centre, Leicester :: V0971366092
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9 Feb 06Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691
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25 Oct 05Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
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5 Oct 05Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817
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22 Mar 05 to 23 Mar 05Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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17 Mar 05The Point, Southampton :: V1114
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3 Mar 05 to 4 Mar 05mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146
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22 Jan 05Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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Exit No Exit/Flicker - T76238730

A meditation on endings and the enigma of departure. Nyman’s soundtrack for Exit No Exit is a partner piece to his earlier string quartet (Beckham Crosses/Nyman Scores) which featured a sample of world cup football commentary from John Motson. Jeyasingh commissioned Nyman to write a new piece for string quartet, this time in strikingly unusual combination with a solo bass clarinet - played live on tour by Andy Keenan. The most thrillingly modern of choreographers, Shobana Jeyasingh creates scintillating danceworks that reflect and illuminate the complex currents of contemporary urban life. In Exit No Exit Jeyasingh's seven magnificent dancers are propelled by the anticipation of entrances and the impossibility of easy exits. Jeyasingh says: "Some stories are told because there is no way out. Some trap us and others we choose to be trapped inside." Exit No Exit is part of a double bill with Jeyasingh’s and Nyman’s second collaboration, Flicker, which premiered in January 2005.Music Michael Nyman.
2 Mar 06Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
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7 Feb 06Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653
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1 Feb 06Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524
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1 Feb 06 to 18 Feb 06Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524
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Transparency - T01791011492

Acclaimed choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh presents a newly commissioned site-specific dance work that will bring the new building to life. This installation performance combines projection and live sound-mixing as a means to explore the themes of departure and arrival throughout artsdepot’s public spaces. The live performance will last an hour but the atmosphere will continue all evening with sound produced by Mukul Patel, of ambientTV.net, in artsdepot’s Bar. This is a special one-off event to celebrate the opening of artsdepot.
5 Nov 04Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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Transtep - T02091016659

Shobana Jeyasingh presents her latest work, exploring urban life in Britain today through a unique hybrid dance language. Performance time 1 hour 15 minutes.Director Glyn Perrin (music). Lighting Lucy Carter. Costume Ursula Bombshell. Performer Navala Chaudhari. Performer Rathimalar Govindarajoo. Performer Saju Hari. Performer Shane Shambhu. Performer Devaraj Thimmaiah.
24 Mar 04 to 27 Mar 04The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
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20 Mar 04Barbican Theatre, Plymouth :: V894
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16 Mar 04Exeter Phoenix, Exeter :: V889
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13 Mar 04Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918
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9 Mar 04Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
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5 Mar 04Town Hall Studios, Swindon :: V1019
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3 Mar 04 to 4 Mar 04Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524
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28 Feb 04Assembly Rooms, Derby :: V427
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21 Feb 04University of Bedfordshire Theatre (formerly the Bowen West Theatre), Bedford :: V16
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14 Feb 04Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
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Phantasmaton/[h]Interland - T1463526754

Phantasmaton celebrates the modern Britain with six highly skilled dancers, giving a potent sense of the excitement and edginess of urban life. Featuring dancers in sexually ambivalent costumes interacting with a classically dressed Indian performer on film, Phantasmaton debuted to national acclaim in spring 2002. In Hinterland, two live dancers on stage are joined by a third, filmed on a terrace overlooking Bangalore, challenging our ideas of space, time and place. This new work is inspired by our complicated cultural hinterlands, reflecting the diverse background and experiences of Shobana and the dancers. [h]Interland premiered in autumn 2002 at the place where time starts - the Greenwich meridian.
1 Apr 03Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76
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5 Mar 03 to 8 Mar 03The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
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1 Mar 03University of Bedfordshire Theatre (formerly the Bowen West Theatre), Bedford :: V16
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22 Feb 03The Theatre By The Lake, Keswick :: V7
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19 Feb 03Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524
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14 Feb 03Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99
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13 Feb 03Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833
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8 Feb 03Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918
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6 Feb 03Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732
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[h]Interlands - T1416878507

Performer Sowmya Gopalan. Performer Mavin Khoo. Music Donnacha Dennehy. Lighting Lucy Carter.
24 Oct 02 to 26 Oct 02Borough Hall, Outer London :: V354
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Phantasmaton/Surface Tension - T663832492

Shobana Jeyasingh and her six dancers are inspired by the way the futuristic cityscapes give a new way of looking at the world we live in. To accompany Phantasmaton the company revives Surface Tension, first seen in 2000, with a breath-catching [Kevin Volans] score for harpsichord performed by [Carole Cerasi].Design Jo Parker. Performer Ameeta Daya. Performer Sowmya Gopalan. Performer Mavin Khoo. Performer Jasmine Simhalan. Performer Chitra Srishailan. Performer Jiva Parthipan.
17 Apr 02 to 19 Apr 02Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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15 Apr 02Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
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26 Mar 02Hall for Cornwall, Truro :: V1183
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11 Mar 02Epstein Theatre (formerly Neptune Theatre), Liverpool :: V537
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8 Mar 02The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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28 Feb 02South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731
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26 Feb 02Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
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22 Feb 02Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
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7 Feb 02Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham :: V0165922284
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5 Feb 02Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653
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1 Feb 02 to 2 Feb 02Stratford Circus, Outer London :: V1222144777
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T1478646267 (TOUR00)

Surface Tension Volans' vibrant urban score for harpsichord and computerised piano will perform live. and Palimpsest (which means a manuscript which has been reused) was first performed by the company in 1996 when it won the Time Out award for Best Choreography.Choreographer Jeyasingh. Music Kevin Volans (Surface Tension). Music Graham Fitkin (Palimpsest). Design Ursula Bombshell. Design Lucy Carter. Design Madeleine Morris. Performer Sowmya Gopalan. Performer Rani Nair. Performer Jasmine Simhalan. Performer Chitra Srishalan. Performer Jiva Parthipan. Performer Anusha Lall.
17 Apr 00 to 18 Apr 00Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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13 Apr 00 to 14 Apr 00Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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30 Mar 00Town Hall, Loughborough :: V02111941779
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13 Mar 00The Hexagon, Reading :: V734
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9 Mar 00Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918
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1 Mar 00Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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16 Feb 00 to 17 Feb 00Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653
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10 Feb 00 to 11 Feb 00Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
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1 Feb 00Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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T259577627 (TOUR99)

Memory and Other Props encapsulates the bold and sculptural style for which Jeyasingh is celebrated. A Fine Frenzy draws inspiration from the jazz rhythms of Django Bates, performed live by a saxophone quartet.
7 May 99Phoenix Arts, Leicester :: V432
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9 Apr 99 to 10 Apr 99Arnolfini, Bristol :: V863
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20 Mar 99Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh :: V605
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24 Feb 99 to 25 Feb 99Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
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24 Feb 99 to 25 Feb 99Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
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4 Feb 99Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653
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26 Jan 99Fairfield Halls, Outer London :: V295
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T2024918449 (PLAY99)

Two new works.
12 Feb 99Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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12 Feb 99Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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T885324593 (TOUR98)

Double bill including dance inspire by the Indian Court Chau tradition and techno dance.Choreographer Wayne McGregor. Music Michael Gordon.
19 Mar 98 to 20 Mar 98Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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13 Feb 98 to 14 Feb 98The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
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3 Feb 98Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
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T1719155991 (TOUR97)

Romance with footnotes to music by [Glyn Perrin]. Palimpsest, winner of the Time Out 1996 Dance Award, to music by [Graham Fitkin].Choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh. Music Gabriel Prokofiev. Lighting Guy Hoare. Costume Fabrice Serafino. Design Bronia Housman.
12 Feb 97Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
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Other listings

12 May 99The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
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12 May 99The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
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11 May 99Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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29 Apr 99MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642
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23 Mar 99Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327
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2 Mar 99 to 6 Mar 99The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
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2 Mar 99 to 6 Mar 99The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
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10 Feb 99Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
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10 Feb 99Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
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10 Feb 98Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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30 Jan 98Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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9 Apr 97 to 12 Apr 97The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
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20 Feb 97The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
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18 Oct 96Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage :: V53
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