October 30th 2018
Chisenhale Dance Space
64-84 Chisenhale Road
London, E3 5QZ
The dancers will be helping Artistic Director David West to develop his teaching practice. They will be exploring things such as abandonment, dynamics, and street styles that influences the way he moves.
WE NOW HOPE TO BE SETTING UP OUR FIRST WORKSHOP POST RND - TBC
Wednesday 9th January 2019
5 Nether Street Tally Ho Corner
Work: STIGMA MH -1
The work he created "Stigma MH-1" was about male mental health in particular around the subject off Masculinity, and the spectrum of what is/and/or could be.
We plan to take this into our repertoire with the hopes of expanding the breadth of work, with potential audition for male dancers to join us at the collective...!
WEEK 2: 13th - 17th November 2018 @ 8PM
269 Westferry Road
London E14 3RS
Reg Charity No. 801587
Work: Storming Frenzy
SOME WORDS FROM OUR AUDIENCES:
"EMOTIVE, DYNAMIC, POWERFUL"
Movers and Shakers
Friday 21st June 2019
50 Knatchbull Rd, Camberwell, London SE5 9QY
As part of Camberwell Arts Festival we will be joining other choreographers 21st June to perform at the dance evening curated by Longfield Hall "Movers and Shakers."
Having previously assisted in the previous two years of this evening, David is delighted to now come back this year bringing himself and the company along to be one of the choreographers this time around.
Again "Storming Frenzy' will be making an appearance, but this time utilising elements we have been working on from our major project might we started back Mid May (see right to this event:
Check out Longfield Hall's website here to find out more about them:
MCDC – Michaela Cisarikova Dance Company
McAlpine Dance StudioUghetta Pratesi ChoreographyJann Esterhuizen CompanyHubert Essakow
"Love your Mind"
A mental health dance evening.
March 13th 2020
Show Begins: 8PM
Venue: Blue Elephant Theatre
"Love you, love your mind."
EQ Dance Company presents its first mental health dance evening Love Your Mind.
EQDC hopes to make this a first of many events to help support and join the mental health conversations through the medium they know best, dance. This evening consists of exploration around the topics around loneliness, growing up, self-reflection, and male mental health.
Come see this evening of live dance, and dance film made by Artistic Director David West, and member Ana Cristina De Albuquerque. Come join the conversation, meet others that share an interest in creating a healthier, happier society in body, mind, and soul.
Stigma MH contains references to suicide.
Recommended for ages 15+, or 12+ with parental supervision.