The Mouth – Bournemouth – Poole – Christchurch

Three performances in one night at Pavilion Dance’s own Hatch and Scratch

Established choreographers will be presenting new works at Pavilion Dance South West’s Hatch & Scratch evening on Thursday 5 October, 7:30pm. Three performances in various stages of development will include Living is Dancing by Justine ReeveLos Ojos de Nono by Estela Merlos and Thomasin Gulgec and At One by Hannah Robinson from the 2017 Grab-Lab project. There will also be the opportunity to discuss the works with the creators.

Living is Dancing by Justine Reeve takes a wry, honest and eccentric look at what it is really like to be a professional dancer. Justine Reeve and Company was established in 2011 working with like minded dancers and collaborators. Her projects have continued to play on movement, text and voice with a comedic twist.

Los Ojos de Nono by Estela Merlos and Thomasin Gulgec is a part-improvised feast of emotive and athletic movement by Estela herself. The award winning choreographers have both danced professionally with Rambert Dance Company, mixed-martial arts training and collaborated for Ignition Dance Festival 2016.

Hannah Robinson studied dance at Chichester University. She will be performing in her new duet At One, commissioned by the Grad-Lab project which is supported by The Point, Eastleigh, University of Chichester and University of Winchester. Pavilion Dance South West is also proud to be supporting the new works of recent graduates. Expect an emotive duet with tender moments as the relationship unfolds.

To book, please call 01202 203630 or visit www.pdsw.org.uk

Listing Information

Hatch & Scratch
Thu 5 October, 7:30pm
Venue: Pavilion Dance, Westover Road

Bournemouth, BH1 2BU

Tickets: £6

01202 203 630 / www.pdsw.org.uk

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