• Archived Events/ Spring 2014

    Dancing for Tony 2014

    Dancing forTony 2014

    A Contemporary Dance Gala

    Sunday 18 May 2014, 3.30pm

    Cakes, Raffle and a Collection for St Wilfrid’s Hospice.

    Tickets: £15 (Concessions £5).

    Programme Includes:

    • Tanc: Volta
    • Bournonville: Flower Festival at Genzano pas de deux
    • Slaughter: inspired by ‘Life of Pi
    • Aggiss: Cut with a kitchen knife
    • Chinese Folk Dance: film
    • Susan Legg, mezzo-soprano: Songs for the Spirit

    St Wilfred's Hospice, Chichester

  • Archived Events/ Spring 2014


    MapDance 2014


    Thu 8 May 7.30pm Full £10 | Conc £6 | Age 16+

    An exciting company of young, dynamic dancers recruited nationally and internationally mapdance performs diverse repertoire by renowned and upcoming contemporary choreographers. This year the company is performing new commissions from Gary Clarke, Kerry Nicholls, Liz Aggiss, Hagit Bar as well as re-staging a work by artistic director Yael Flexer. This mixed bill offers a unique/refreshing combination of dance theatre, fast-paced athleticism and wry humour.

    “A disarming potency, and an unapologetic, almost desperate yet liberating desire to hit
    us between the eyes, in the heart, the gut or lower down and, when possible, all at once”
    Donald Hutera – londondance.com on XX by Nigel Charnock, mapdance 2013.


  • Archived Events/ Spring 2014

    Sam Halmarack

    Sam Halmarack & The Miserablites

    Sam Halmarack & The Miserablites

    Thu 1 May 6.00pm & 8.30pm | Full £10 | Conc £6 | Limited spaces | Standing performance | Age 16+

    Located somewhere between a theatre show and a stadium pop concert, Sam Halmarack & The Miserablites are the bombastic pioneers of interactive pop. Get ready for handclapping anthems and electro music to move and inspire. With songs, stories and a little help from you we will all come together to offer a unique take on what it means to be redeemed by music.

    “Halmarack’s vulnerable little gem of a show drips with courage, comedy and open-handed honesty. A hero in the making”
    Venue Magazine.


  • Archived Events/ Spring 2014


    Number 1 the Plaza

    Number 1, The Plaza

    Thu 24 Apr 7.30pm Full £10 | Conc £6 | Age 18+

    Red front door. Gold number 1. Tiny peephole. Take a look around.

    GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN want to open up and let you in. Right in. So you can really get a feeling for what it’s like on the inside. It’s an ‘evening with’ – conversation, songs, shit like that. Someone’s left a passive aggressive note on the kitchen table; it’s about entitlement, property and privacy. Welcome to the show home, everyone. Number 1, The Plaza is a souvenir album from a joyride through extravaganza, cabaret, reality, live art, theatre and filth.

    Co-produced by: PACT Zollverein (Essen), Colchester Arts Centre and Cambridge Junction . Supported by: Arts Council England, wpZimmer (Antwerp), Almeida Theatre (London), The Performance Centre (Falmouth), The Point (Eastleigh), Cambridge Junction, Tom Thumb Theatre (Margate), New Wolsey (Ipswich), Roehampton University (London).
    GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN is a 2013/14 Artsadmin Associate Artist.

    This new show from GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN follows the huge success of Big Hits:
    “Super-smart…and a willingness to push its terms to an extra level…I couldn’t take
    my eyes off it” Matt Trueman, Culture Wars.


  • Archived Events/ Spring 2014

    Still House

    Still House

    Ours was the Fen country

    Thu 13 Mar 8pm Full £10 | Conc £6 | Age 16+

    For the past two years Dan Canham has been capturing conversations with people of the fens in East Anglia. Eel-catchers, horse breeders and young farmers have all been interviewed. In this ethereal piece of documentary dance-theatre Dan and his team fuse movement and sound with the words and memories of their native collaborators to get to the heart of the fens – a beautiful, bleak and mysterious expanse of flat land.

    Ours Was the Fen Country is a celebration of and eulogy to universal stories of rural communities that are fading from view; an exhilarating, poetic look at the inevitability of change from the voices of those who still know the old words.

    Ours Was the Fen Country is a Bristol Old Vic Ferment, New Wolsey and DanceXchange commission. Produced by MAYK.

    “One of the most original talents around” Independent.