The final event in a series of 6 will have teaching methodology as its main focus and we’re opening it up to anyone with an existing practice, interested in sharing a space with other professionals, to interrogate their practice in an un pressured, non-classroom, training or performance environment and to take this time to learn from each other.Read More
We are delighted to be hosting the wonderful Serenity Smith from Nimble Arts for these Aerial Teacher Training intensives:
Jan 4th – 8th Introduction to Teaching Aerial (fabric & trapeze)
Jan 9th & 10th Aerial sling (cocoon) Foundation course.
Do come and join us.
Call it a symposium, a gathering, a summit or whatever you like! This 2-day event is intended as a springboard for practitioners to come together to discuss aerial techniques, performance and pedagogy and will include lectures, practical sessions and round table discussions. For more info on the 2020 speakers …Read More
A Vertical Dance Masterclass for inquisitive minds and bodies – bookings now open.
Join us for a 2-day long masterclass at the Vertical Dance Centre in Venice home to Il Posto with Wanda Moretti, Kate Lawrence and myself (Lindsey Butcher) where you will have the opportunity to work intensively with each of the three choreographers individually and collectively.Read More
We’ve just returned from performing Why? in Oslo for the opening of the CODA Oslo International Dance Festival. The piece was signed for Deaf audiences and we had an audience of over 350 who stood out in the pouring rain to watch us – thanks to you all, we’re extremely grateful that you joined us! […]Read More
Gravity & Levity was launched in 2003 by Artistic Director, Lindsey Butcher, to explore the creative and expressive potential in applying a dance aesthetic to aerial suspension techniques, through artistic development, teaching and live productions.
G&L exists to develop and maximise the creative potential of artists and the audience imagination.
We strive to create and present innovative aerial dance that redefines what and where a dance floor can be both for an audience and for ourselves. We present work that is accessible, relevant and offers an alternative perspective on traditional aesthetics in both dance and circus.