Gravity & Levity are an aerial dance company specialising in vertical dance performance, world-class artist development and exciting audience imagination.
We create innovative aerial dance that redefines what and where a dance floor can be, both for an audience and for ourselves. We’re committed to accessibility and amplifying alternative perspectives for both dance and circus.
Sunday 1 Aug 2021, 6-7.30pm GMT Lindsey is honoured to have been invited to be a part of Frequent Flyers Virtual Aerial Dance Festival, running 30 July – 7 August 2021. Frequent Flyers are an aerial dance organisation that have been performing and teaching for over 30 years and they’re one of the premier teaching, training […]Read More
Monday 23 – Friday 27 August 2021 Join us for three 5-day in-person creative labs for vertical and aerial dancers who work in harness and those wishing to try it out, on the gorgeous convex walls of the Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts in Brighton. We have Creative Labs tailored to 3 levels of experience […]Read More
2 August – 3 September 2021 Explore the joy of creating movement work for screen with critically acclaimed dance for screen artist Becky Edmunds. Through practical exploration, screenings and discussion, we will explore movement in the frame, the relationship of the camera to that movement, the potential for editing to shape rhythm, pattern and dynamic […]Read More
I define myself as an aerialist/equestrienne, (if that’s a thing), teacher and costume maker, although for the last year ‘unemployed’ seemed a more apt description…… last year brought up some tricky questions like age, being good enough and is this a precedent to stop – before quickly realising I didn’t want to stop. I love what I do, so bollocks to that and anyone who says otherwise…..Read More
I’ve been kind of having a falling out with circus since just before the pandemic. I lost the fun in a sea of self pity and judgment. I feel I don’t have the level I should for someone who has done all the training I have, and it makes me feel awkward to train in front of others, to sell my work, to call myself an artist. That sea blocks me creatively and technically, I can’t find the motivation to train.Read More
The advice I would like to give to my younger self or anyone starting out in the world of aerial is “You are unique and will do things in your own way, take your time and trust in your own abilities. The bonds you build with people in your training and art are invaluable, make time for friendships especially when things get tough.”Read More