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.

Latest News

Why tour Summer 2021

We are thrilled to announce the first of our upcoming shows this Summer – whoop whoop!
Norfolk and Norwich Festival – 22 & 23 May
Brighton Festival – 30 May
Hat Fair, Winchester – 2 & 3 July
Refract Festival, Trafford  TBC – 24-25 July
Bell Square, Hounslow – 31 July
More details coming soon…

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Portrait & Landscape – vertical dance conversations

Portrait and Landscape was conceived by Wanda Moretti with Kate Lawrence and our Lindsey as a way to connect the global vertical dance community, despite the current restrictions we face on movement and travel. Tickets are free but limited. Read more to access the ticket link […]

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Grounded blog series

Inspired by https://www.under-story.com/chats a collection of insights from a diverse group of dance artists, Lindsey is curating a series of articles, musings and videos from aerialists at all stages of their careers on navigating these times.

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Blog

Grounded with Amanda Miles

From her early experience as a young dancer to founding and running her own aerial studio, Amanda  draws on her experience of a career spanning over 30 years in the entertainment industry, as a former theatrical agent and TV producer to the present day.

She shares her thoughts and and talks about the business of creativity.

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Grounded with Emma Poole

During this time, the imposter syndrome found a way into my new career plan and the constant feeling of not being good enough, just grew and grew. It felt like a secret I had to stop people discovering. I changed my eating habits and increased training because somehow, I felt if I was physically smaller and always in the air, it would disguise my lack of skill. I ended up in schedule of constant work/training with no free time, leaving me moody and constantly hungry. I can see now that the struggle of trying to juggle my busy, yes saying ,life was impressing no one and it only left me feeling more inadequate and exhausted …….

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Grounded with Justine Squire

I have thought a lot about how I can create work which aligns more closely to what I care about and what this could look like in a world where we prioritise the health of our planet. …….. Sometimes things get nasty to highlight the stuff that needs to change. This doesn’t make it any easier to go through but I hope we can find the positive transformations from these tough times.  

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