The Choreography Project for RAD BA (Hons) Ballet Education students explores collaborative making practices, developing students’ skills in improvisation, dance devising and creative workshop facilitation. Facilitated by Lizz Fort and Dennie Wilson,  all work is co-authored with the students.

October 2017 – May 2018

  • Cut n Paste: The Scrapbook of Us
  • Red

October 2016 – May 2017

All plastic bags deserve to be loved emerged as a performance piece that was first shown at the January 2017 sharing of work for the BA (Hons) Ballet Education programme.

We were also commissioned to perform and lead two creative workshops for 80 children and parents as part of Institute of Imagination’s event recode, 11 February 2017.

The group then developed the creative process further and created a new work, moldable flexible foldable, performed at the Ideal Home Show (March 2017) and RAD BA(Hons) Ballet Education Sharing of Work (May 2017).

Co-creators and performers: Georgia Poole, Hailey Neufeld, Poppy Barnes, Belinda Roy, Felicia Herenya, Laura Luo Lin Tham, Chantelle Swatridge Smith, Dimitra Moraiti, Elizabeth Robinson,

October 2015 – January 2016

notice. copy. amplify: an alternative promenade.notice copy amplify poster imageThe 2015-2016 RAD BA(Hons) Ballet Education Choreographic project comprised a group of 15 students* , exploring site specific dance making and improvisation. ‘notice.copy.amplify: an alternative promenade’ is an improvised piece that draws on space, people and sounds that are noticed, copied and amplified. Performed at BA(Hons) Ballet Education Sharing of Work in the RAD reception and Genee studio, 22 January 2016.

Co-creators: Alana Clark, Annaliese Neubauer, Chantelle Swatridge Smith, Dimitra Moraiti, Elizabeth Robinson, Emily Cook, Emily Crebbin, Georgia Poole, Hailey Neufeld, Hannah Juisli, Lucy Clarke, Natalia Cimpeanu, Natasa Fylaktou, Stina Bjelland