Eleanor Sikorski is a dancer and choreographer. Her solo work spans performance, music and film and is made for both theatres and social spaces. She works as a dancer for several choreographers (Eva Recacha, Igor and Moreno, Seke Chimutengwende) and co-leads ‘Nora’, a trio of dancers who curate and commission choreographers to make work for them to perform (Liz Aggiss, Simon Tanguy, Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion).
After studying dance (LCDS 2006-10), she started making solo performances, using movement, objects and language to create simple patterns and narratives. Favouring communication with her audience over loyalty to form, her work has taken many shapes – dance, cabaret, comedy, film and music – drawing increasingly on the narrative of her own life and the wider social commentary which is brought to light.


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