PREVIOUS PROJECTS

People Juice

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PeopleJuice offered two rural North Devon villages the not to be missed chance to see dance and their villages like they’d never seen it before. In Spring 2012, in partnership with Beaford Arts, this comedy dance and physical theatre sketch…

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Walkabout Dance

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Two decidedly different Walkabout dance works from Mean Feet Dance. Oi! - testosterone fuelled cross-dressing nutters! Doreen, Maurine & Pauline - downtrodden but aspirational cleaning personnel. Toured during 2008-9 to Glastonbury Festival, Kingston Green Fair, HestFest, Sunrise Festival, Harbourside Festival, MADE…

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Feet First

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Year long project during 2009 offering opportunities for families to dance together including our Boogie Bum Bums sessions in Glastonbury and at Children's Centres across Mendip, as well as sessions for men and boys. The project culminated in an opportunity…

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Spaghetti Justice

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Large scale education project with Glastonbury and Street Community Learning Partnership exploring the Restorative Justice approach to conflict resolution and behaviour management in schools. During 2009, the project engaged over 4500 local children and young people in watching and taking…

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Lifelines

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Commission by Mendip Hills AONB focussed on celebrating the unique dry stone walls. Involving schools in developing a "beating the bounds" ceremony and a site specific work by the Shipham Community Group and a Dance Film collaboration with Richard Tomlinson…

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Happenings at the Tor Dance Festival 2006

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Community project creating short performances for unexpected places with a women's group, a men's group and a work-in-progress involving the Robert Barton Trust looking at the homeless experience. This is the start of a growing body of walkabout dance works…

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Irritant awhatsunderthekitchensinkdrama

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A Glastonbury Community Dance Film project examining the private madness of everyday domestic life. Involved 23 dancers aged 14 - 70 years.

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Who's been Eating my dinner?

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Viv Gordon's solo work-in-progress exploring the experience of multiple personality disorder. Based on research with choreographers Fleur Darkin, Kwesi Johnson, Yael Flexer, Debbie Fionn Barr, Lisa May Thomas and Belinda Chapman.

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Tide and Time

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Sessions with Minehead Youth Club and schools to create performances for a community dance event on Minehead beach and for the 'Tide and Time' showcase and the Exeter Phoenix.

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I, Citizen

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A young people's performance project exploring citizenship issues such as poverty, war, globalisation, friendship and re-cycling with Glastonbury's Primary, Junior and Secondary schools. Including young people's event where groups performed and young people's creativity was celebrated.

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