Projects

Treading Water

Began May 13th 2019

Writer/Collaborator: Josh Baker-Mendoza

Locations/Studio Spaces: 

Chisenhale Dance Space

OH! Studios.

Update!:

 

Part 1, and 2 are complete. We now move onto our final RND combining everything we've learnt so far.. See dates below. This week of RnD will take us to 90% completion. Afterwards we move onto the dance film which will finalise the whole production we are dubbing "Transitions."

What is Treading Water?!
 

 

Next dates: 17th - 21st, 24th + 25th FEB 2020

 

 



 

   Side Project

 STIGMA MH -1

This work is about male mental health in particular around the subject of Masculinity, and the spectrum of what that is/and/or could be. This work has been developed both at LSC's "Moving Words," and a small RND we did in July 2019. Which has help developed the concept with us talking about male mental health in marginalised groups like the LGBTQ, and also people you surround yourself with/the company we keep.


Next steps: Is to bring together these two versions of this work in a full week of RnD process to create a full body of work, so that we feel like we are doing the concept justice. We are even looking at formatting it as an installation piece potentially, as well as for the stage.

Performances 

          "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.

Content warning:
Stigma MH contains references to suicide.
Recommended for ages 15+, or 12+ with parental supervision.

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