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Last update: 2012-07-03

Podcast #4: LCDS Graduation Performances 2012

2012-07-03
Length: 1s



Three choreographers - American dance-maker Janice Garrett, The Place's artistic director Richard Alston and LCDS faculty member and Place Prize commissioned artist Rick Nodine - talk about the ideas and inspiration behind their works for the graduating students of London Contemporary Dance School.

The Graduation Performances can be seen at The Place from Fri 6 - Fri 13 July 2012.

The performances on Sat 7 and Fri 13 July will be streamed live via this website

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Podcast #3: Colin Poole and Simon Ellis

2012-06-01 :: Colin Poole and Simon Ellis



Colin Poole and Simon Ellis's collaboration grew out of a chance meeting at a workshop.

Their new work for Spring Loaded at The Place explores the boundaries and limits of relationships: what draws them together, and what forces them apart?

Because We Care can be seen at The Place on Fri 8 and Sat 9 June 2012.…

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Podcast #2: Francois Testory

2012-05-04 :: Francois



The versatile and distinctive performer Francois Testory looks back on his career working with some of the country's most singular talents in dance, theatre and music, and ahead to his collaboration with Simon Vincenzi on Empire, which can be seen at The Place as part of the Spring Loaded season on Tue 15 May 2012.…

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Podcast #1: Anna Finkel / Gecko

2012-03-30 :: The Place Podcast


In the first of our new podcasts, devisor/performer Anna Finkel talks about Gecko's new production Missing, at The Place as part of the Spring Loaded season from Wed 2 - Fri 4 May 2012.

Anna also looks back on her work with Lost Dog in 2011's Place Prize-winning It Needs Horses.…

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