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Tom Dale's choreography is a style of its own; cutting between raw, aggressive and visceral movement and refined precision to create dynamic and unpredictable dance.

Archive listings for Tom Dale Dance Company

Work type: Dance or ballet.

Step Sonic - T1756273709

Step Sonic brings raw physicality, breath, voice, the noise of bodies impacting and the sound of feet and limbs on the floor. Shotgun microphones, custom made instruments and plate reverbs capture the rhythms and sounds. Sampled and processed live by composer Jo Wills, the dancers will create a new type of music dance/dance music. Part two features three visceral, and explosive solos choreographed by Tom Dale, Eleesha Drennan and Jamaal Burkmar.
19 Nov 19Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham :: V0165922284
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Urban Explorers - T01076701723

A riveting performance from Tom Dale Company with young dancers and musicians from across Nottinghamshire, exploring the urban arts scene and its influences.
5 Jul 17Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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MOKO Dance Tour: Digitopia - T0726352126

Digitopia follows the adventures of Dotty and her friend Hex, a simple two dimensional line. Hex can make angles and the most he can make is six. His favourite shape is a hexagon. He's happy with this, but one day he really wants to make a curve. With a lot of effort he learns to bend, then multiply, and suddenly he can create all kinds of shapes, eventually popping into three dimensions, discovering he can turn into anything he wants to. Dotty follows Hex into his newly created digital world, setting off on a rollercoaster ride of surprises. Commissioned by MOKO Dance in association with Warwick Arts Centre Digitopia is a new dance production by Tom Dale Company for children and their families to tour the UK. Digitopia is aimed at audiences aged 5+ years and their families, as well as school groups Key Stage 1 and 2.Choreographer Tom Dale. Design Simon Daw. Lighting Richard Statham. Music Jo Wills. Performer Joshua Smith. Performer Maria Olga Palliani.
10 Apr 16Cambridge Junction, Cambridge :: V23
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7 Apr 16The Old Market, Brighton :: V1008189979
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5 Apr 16Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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2 Apr 16ARC, Stockton-on-Tees :: V01950064742
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31 Mar 16Dance City, Newcastle Upon Tyne :: V916524193
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25 Mar 16 to 26 Mar 16Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
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13 Mar 16Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673
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8 Mar 16Key Theatre, Peterborough :: V27
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4 Mar 16 to 5 Mar 16Northgate Arts Centre, Ipswich :: V374262553
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26 Feb 16 to 28 Feb 16Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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21 Feb 16Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth :: V906
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18 Feb 16Drill Hall, Lincoln :: V01422328453
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16 Feb 16South Holland Centre, Spalding :: V0757366007
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12 Feb 16 to 13 Feb 16Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham :: V0165922284
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Ragbones - Work in Progress - T1492744788

Continuing our Triggered at Warwick project, this is an interactive dance piece for children exploring the concept of a digital funhouse able to warp and shift the perceptions of reality. Moving floors, optical illusions, the Hall of Mirrors and spectacles such as Pepper's Ghost are created using interactive technology and digital projection. Join us for a ride where the usual rules of gravity and form do not apply and anything may happen. This is a Work in Progress - your input is invaluable. Head of Programme and Audiences, Matt Burman will host an exchange with the company after the performance so you can help shape the future of this exciting new show. Recommended Age: 5-11 years. Duration: 45mins (including Exchange)
27 Mar 14Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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Refugees of the Septic Heart - T02063159955

Refugees of the Septic Heart, a hotly tipped collaboration between choreographer and dancer Tom Dale and digital artist Barret Hodgson who recently enjoyed international success and critical acclaim with their production I Infinite. Refugees will be performed to an original score by prodigious composer and producer Shackleton, a distinctive figure on the vast dub/dubstep/techno scene, and collaborator Vengeance Tenfold with images by digital artist Barret Hodgson. Refugees of the Septic Heart is described by Tom as ?reflecting the heartbeat of a nation as it perches on the brink of change'; an absorbing work of gritty physicality, Refugees promises to build on the praise for previous productions which have been described as ?powerful', ?continuously inventive', ?compelling' and ?exhilaratingly beautiful'. Gritty physicality, enthralling urban sounds and inventive animation techniques will surround the spirited dance vocabulary of TDC's six dancers.Performer Michael Kelland. Performer Ariadna Girones Mata. Performer Maria Olga Palliani. Performer John Ross. Performer Joshua Smith. Performer Hugh Stainer.
19 Apr 13 to 20 Apr 13Laban Theatre, Outer London :: V342
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16 Apr 13Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham :: V0165922284
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28 Mar 13Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth :: V906
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23 Mar 13General, General :: V1266
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21 Mar 13Dance City, Newcastle Upon Tyne :: V916524193
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19 Mar 13Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
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7 Mar 13 to 8 Mar 13Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145
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Refugees of the Septic Heart - T0236563709

After the international success and critical acclaim of I Infinite Tom Dale Company teams up again with digital artist Barret Hodgson to create a new work for five dancers. Inspired by the prodigious music of producer Shackleton and collaborator Vengeance Tenfold, Refugees of the Septic Heart reflects the heart beat of a nation as it perches on the brink of change. Gritty physicality and decaying urban sounds evolve into an optimistic undercurrent of mischievous, spirited and irrepressible dance. An audio visual world of digital animation, music and movement.
19 Mar 13Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
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Roam - T554891906

A captivating journey by five amazing dancers into a world of swinging sub bass and complex percussion. Roam features specially commissioned tracks from maverick producer/composer Shackleton and drum & bass outfit Sion and incorporates the work of poet Rick Hollland.
21 Apr 10Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury :: V925
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