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
We’ve just finished up on ‘Etre et Durer’ (a translation of ‘to be and to last’ borrowed from parkour which sounds so much better than the English translation) and was born of a desire to create a peer to peer support network for female aerial leaders and artistic directors.Learn about
We are thrilled to have been awarded funding by British Council’s International Collaboration Grants for ‘Creating Connections’ working with Wanda Moretti and Kate Lawrence. ‘Creating Connections’ draws on the participatory spirit and inventiveness of the experimental dance work undertaken in 1970’s New York that laid the foundations for the development of vertical dance practice. Building on […]Learn about
2022 saw us deliver the Dissecting Aerial symposium as a hybrid event, reaching 6x more audiences from all over the globe via the magic of video conferencing and connecting to remote speakers for the first time. It was really exciting (if nerve wracking) to have so many new folks in the room, so much so […]Learn about
We’re gearing up to tour ‘Why?’ again this year. The rehearsal space is booked, we’re doing checks on all of the kit, checking we can still fit into the costumes haha …! And just to say thanks again to all the wonderful audiences who came out to see us last year, we really loved chatting with you after the shows and to the festival directors and teams who pulled out all the stops to ensure that shows went ahead this year, to the funders and supporting organisations and a personal thanks from me (Lindsey) to the wonderful, hard working, G&L team of collaborators, movers and shakers. Looking forward to doing it all again soon!!!Learn about
So that was the 5 day lab then! Lovey people in a gorgeous venue and the sun even shone – sometimes! More photos coming soon but keep your eyes peeled on our social media. We ran technique and creative Labs tailored to 3 levels of experience and skill: Professional, Intermediate and Explorer. Participants said: ‘Thanks […]Learn about
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 […]Learn about
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.Learn about
We’ve gone and changed the dates again – darn that Covid! Dissecting Aerial 2021 has been moved to Jan 15th & 16th 2022.
Our aim is to live stream the symposium this year, with some live speakers, events and audience here in Brighton, connecting to International hubs of watching and presentations ……
In this strange old year that was 2020, we were immensely grateful to be able to spend 10 days in Whirligig Woods with a phenomenal creative team to research our new show, ‘A Heightened Sense of Tree’.
This R&D has been a long time in the planning even prior to Covid. It’s been in discussion with the National Trust for over 2 years and in conversation between it’s main collaborators since Lindsey returned from working with Julia Taffe (Aeriosa) in Vancouver 2015.Learn about
What an absolute joy and privilege it was to be able to perform ‘Why’ live at Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, for Without Walls. Read more to view the short film we made at #DancingCity GDIF in 2020.Learn about
Sadly and yet almost inevitably given the year 2020 was, we’re postponing the next EADF until Aug 2022. Given the ongoing uncertainty about gathering in numbers, coupled with the fact that our partners South East Dance and Brighton Dome/Festival also had to stop work on creating their wonderful new buildings it’s simply not viable to run the festival in 2021. Sad face… but read on …..Learn about
Wow, so that was our 10th edition of the EADF 2019 and what a way to celebrate 10 years! What an amazing journey it’s been starting from just a 4 day event back in 2010 to a full 2 week programme.
Thanks so much to …
Back in January we were thrilled to host members of the Vertical Dance Forum for our 5th meeting as part of our Creative Europe/Arts Council England funded project, at The Point, Eastleigh and we had a blast.Learn about