Gravity & Levity are a disabled -led 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.
Well that’s a wrap on our new outdoor touring show ‘Crawdaddy’ for 2023. Choreographed earlier this year by Charles Linehan we’ve had a blast getting it out there for it’s first initial run, such a fun piece to perform. For more info >>>>Learn about
Boom – well that got 2023 off to a good start!
Huge thanks to all the wonderful, inspiring, knowledgeable presenters for sharing their expertise so generously and to you, our audience, near and far for joining us. Dates for next year March 23rd/24th 2024 (TBC) and if you’re curious as to what you just missed well take a look here >>>
Despite being hugely disappointed EADF 2023 couldn’t go ahead, we’re working hard on finding support for EADF 2024, from Aug 5th-17th at the wonderful Worthing Pavilion – get those dates in the diary now!
‘The festival is so valuable and works to combine the space, energy, practice and sharing. What G&L have created/curated here is a gift I’ve not encountered elsewhere.’
To whet your appetite there’s an exciting draft schedule from 2023 up on the EADF website and a taste of what happened in 2022 >>>
This time last year we were just finishing up on the final online sharing of a project called “Creating Connections’, a collaboration with Wanda Moretti and Kate Lawrence funded by British Council’s International Collaboration Grants to deliver a project exploring participatory and inclusive practice in vertical dance.Read More
Artistic Director Lindsey got to offer a skills exchange with ever dynamic and engaging Stopgap Dance Company. Lindsey’s always been interested and intrigued by Stopgap’s inclusive choreography and process of movement translation between disabled and non-disabled people and bodies.Read More
Inspired by the change in the seasons, we’re taking this opportunity to reflect on all that’s happened this year. We were grateful to receive a Cultural Recovery Fund grant from Arts Council England earlier this year which enabled us to finally create our own EADF website, go through some deep and inspiring business development and deepen […]Read More