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 Fathers And Sons – Resolution 2017

FRI / 27 JAN / 8pm at The Place
Tickets on sale now:
http://www.theplace.org.uk/whats-on/carolyn-bolton-dance-company-tanztheater-adrian-look-humanah-productions

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German Tanztheater with Adrian Look at The Place

Adrian will be teaching a regular evening class from January 2017 as part of the adult evening classes at The Place.

Day: Tuesdays
Time: 6.30 – 8pm
Tickets:
http://www.theplace.org.uk/whats-on/german-tanztheater-adrian-look-level-12

Level 1-2: This class is for students who hold a basic understanding in contemporary or ballet and would like to develop their skills. The class will work further on technique and learning the dynamics of movement phrasing, building confidence and expanding knowledge and performance skills.

For information click here.


Classes at Morley College from January 2017
Monthly Choreography/Improvisation class at
Morley College

Dates:
January 21
February 25
March 25

Time:14.00 – 15.30
Venue: Morley College

Price:
£10

Tickets: Morley Website
(Dates can be booked individually, but tickets have to be bought via Morley College)


Monthly Tanztheater technique class at
The Place

Dates:
February 04
March 04
April 01
Time:18.00 – 20.00
Venue: The Place, Studio 6

Price:
Combi ticket 1 (All three dates/ Feb. – April): £25
Combi ticket 2 (Two dates/ Feb. – April): £20
Single date: £14

Alternative payment here: Pay online here

Tickets: Eventbrite / Bank transfer


A Thousand Eyes

First video is out now:

T a n z t h e a t e r Adrian Look is supported by One Dance UK and Morley College for this project.
Photo and video by Cristobal Catalan
A Thousand Eyes is funded by Arts Council England


Ease – Extract of Seize the Day

Seize The Day

Event organiser: Movement for Hope
Choreographer: Adrian Look
Dancers: Maria Ines Sousa, Morena de Leonardis
and Daniel Potter.

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Adrian Bloomsbury Theatre-90

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'Only in the dance do I know how to tell the parable of the highest things.' Nietzsche