Silvia started her dance training when she was 11 at Dance Studio in Cesena, Italy. She moved to the UK to attend the Centre Performing Arts College, where she graduated with a Diploma in Theatre Performance. Silvia joined Chrysalis London in 2016, appearing in the company’s production of Lilith at the Platform Theatre in London and Soho Farmhouse, Oxfordshire, and in Savage at Stratford Circus Arts Centre (London). With the company she performed in the Innocent Smoothies campaign, both in London and in Manchester. She has also recently been working with Hinged Dance Company, with who she performed the production ‘Flowers in December’ at Resolution 2018, and she’s taken part in the ‘Don’t give in’ Snow Patrol music video.
Giulia is originally from Naples, in Italy, where she studied dance for 10 years. She started her professional training at Trinity Laban, where she had the chance to work alongside international choreographers such as Kerry Nicholls, Zoi Dimitriou, Marina Collard, Neil Fleaming Brown.
She currently works with choreographers and artists from different fields and performed in different context, indoor and outdoor.
Alongside her career as a performer, Giulia also produces her own work which she presented around London and abroad with her own company J7's .
Ana is an explorer and adventurer, born in Portugal. She started her dance practice with hip hop
which continued with contemporary at Falmouth University, having graduated with a First
BA(Hons) Dance and Performance degree in July 2017.
During her studies she had the chance to work with choreographers such as Theo Clinkard, Kevin
Turner, Luca Silvestrini, James Wilton, Angus Balbernie and Simon Birch. She discovered a
passion for floor work and improvisation. Alongside, she also found a deep interest in House
Dance and Capoeira Angola. Eager to keep growing as a practitioner, she worked with Thomas
Noone Dance for four months in 2017.
In 2018 she had the chance to work in very distinct projects with Rosemary Lee, David West,
Malgosia Sus and Lavrak Circus. More recently she had the chance to work with Lanre Malaolu
for a film project.
In general, Ana is very interested in very physical and performative work. She is also interested
in improvisational, artistic and explorative work. Loves collaborations and is always intrigued in
works that involve artists from different backgrounds.
Ana Cristina De Albuquerque
Leanne after graduating from her BA Hons at London Contemporary Dance School, Leanne joined Motionhouse dance company as an apprentice, gaining skills in acrobatics and circus. Now London based, is continuing her freelance life with numerous projects and collaborations. Her personal creativity and interest is exploring movement and film merging different arts forms together.