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EVENT INFORMATION

Transitions Dance Company returns with a brand new triple bill of short, innovative dance works by specially commissioned choreographers H2DANCE (SE/NO/UK), Cameron McMillan (NZ/UK) and Elisa Pagani (IT). Through an intriguing lens tinted by humour, beauty and physicality, this diverse programme explores matters which resonate with society today, performed by a company of outstanding, international dancers at the start of their stellar careers. 

THEATRE TICKET OFFER

Buy two or more theatre shows for £8 each on the following shows (subject to availability):

Strangers on a Train Set | GUY: A New Musical | 666 Comments | Jane Eyre | Queer Lady M | Transitions Dance Company: 2020 Triple Bill | Lionman | Emergence 2020 Tour | Moving Bodies | Far Gone | Santuario | Jeremiah | Outrageous Fortune

Please call 0161 912 5616 or visit Waterside in person to take advantage of this offer.

PRESS + REVIEWS

"Ferociously talented dancers" - Londondance

"A fine ensemble…if you get the chance to see them, grab it" - British Theatre Guide

"Talented, meticulously trained and hungry for success" - Culture Whisper 

CHOREOGRAPHERS

H2DANCE (SE/NO/UK)

Award-winning Scandinavian choreographer/performer duo H2DANCE (Hanna Gillgren and Heidi Rustgaard) are known for creating interdisciplinary dance theatre works that often take a humorous approach to serious subject matters. Combining movement, voice, and video, their choreography explores themes of group behaviour, conformity, power balance and manipulation. H2DANCE have taken up residencies at Dance4, METAL, Pavilion Dance, Dance East, DanceDigital, The Place, DansiT, SEANSE, Union Scene, Scenerommet, Nordic House Iceland, Devir CAPa (Centro de Artes Performativas do Algarve) Portugal, Taipei Artist Village Taiwan and Gaara Dance Foundation in Kenya.  The company are currently touring the UK and Europe with their immersive Strange & Others, intergenerational Staging Ages, and award-winning DUET.

Cameron McMillan (NZ/UK)

Described by The Observer as one of ‘the most compelling and intelligent dancers on the world stage', New Zealand-born, London-based choreographer, dance artist and movement director Cameron McMillan has an extensive international performance and creative career spanning contemporary dance, ballet, film, and commercial fields. Classically trained at the Australian Ballet School, Cameron has danced as a Soloist for the Royal New Zealand Ballet, English National Ballet, and Rambert, and now primarily creates independent and commissioned work for companies, festivals and leading dance institutions including the Royal Opera House, The Place, Channel 4 Random Acts, and Brisbane Festival. In his choreographic work he is interested in exploring complex and articulate physical architectures in a search for a resonant communication of the human experience. Both drawing from and challenging his formal dance background, he often creates at the intersect of dance forms and is inspired by movement’s potential to shape the way both still and moving image is created.

Elisa Pagani (IT)

Italian choreographer and dance educator Elisa Pagani is the founder and Artistic Director of DNA, a contemporary dance company known for its distinctive movement that marries physicality and instinct, sensibility and strength, to explore the complexity of human relationships in their most primal state. From 2012-2015 Elisa was Artistic Director of the contemporary dance department at the Accademia del Teatro dell’Antoniano in Bologna and is now Head of Contemporary Dance and Artistic Director of professional training programmes APP and APPSTAGE at Almadanza Choreographic Arts Academy in Bologna. Her collaborations include working across Europe with Sasha Waltz and Guests at Radialsystem, Napoli Teatro Festival, and Florence Dance Festival. She has also worked as a workshop leader and guest choreographer with professional training programmes across Italy, including Opus Ballet, Opificio, Artemente, and Scenario Pubblico.

RUNNING TIMES

90 minutes including interval

AGE RECOMMENDATION

TBC

MEDIA

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Find out more about Transitions Dance Company here

  1. March 3, 2020, 7:30 p.m. → Book Now

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