• Beth Powlesland

    Beth is based in Cardiff, Wales. Her professional experience includes 2 years with internationally acclaimed Tilted Productions, 7 years with dance company Earthfall, and work with numerous independent directors including National Dance Company Wales, National Theatre Wales, Mafalda Deville (Jasmin Vardimon Company), and Theatr Iolo. Beth is participating in an ongoing collaboration with Jo Fong;…

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  • Cai Tomos

    Cai Tomos is a movement and dance artist. He works in participatory arts within various contexts offering workshops and one to one work for those in hospitals, mental health settings, those with addiction, older people, as well as actors and dancers in the UK and Europe. He is an artist with Entelechy arts, and is…

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  • Caroline Finn

    Caroline obtained her BFA in dance at the Juilliard School New York. She worked as a professional dancer for Ballet Theatre Munich in Germany, Ballet Preljocaj and Compagnie Carolyn Carlson in France. She worked for 6 years as a freelance choreographer creating works for companies in both Europe and South America. In 2015 she was…

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  • Caroline Sabin

    Caroline Sabin studied Fine Art in Brighton graduating 1st class, then completed a postgraduate degree in choreography at the University of Amsterdam. The following twelve years were spent creating and performing with a wide range of companies and directors including Greg Nash, Peter Greenaway, Dario Fo, Earthfall Marc Rees, Sean Tuan John, James Williams, Eddie…

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  • Charlie Morrissey

    Charlie Morrissey is a director/choreographer, performer, teacher, and researcher, working in the field of performance for nearly 30 years. He is influenced by ongoing working relationships with Steve Paxton, Siobhan Davies, Lisa Nelson, Kirstie Simson, Scott Smith, Katye Coe, K.J.Holmes, Katie Duck and others. Teaching is central to his practice and his classes are laboratories for…

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  • Chloe Loftus

    Italian born and New Zealand bred, Chloe Loftus has worked internationally as a freelance dancer and choreographer for over a decade. Her company, Chloe Loftus Dance, formed in 2005 and on moving to Cardiff in 2006, won Welsh Independent Dance’s ‘Dance Bytes’. The company went on to gain Arts Council of Wales, PRSF, Articulture, Wales…

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  • Christina L. Coleman

    Christina Coleman has been working this past year with The Kosovo National Ballet.  Her performance, Transitional Justice premiered last February.  As a result of this performance’s success, UN women commissioned a new piece, Një Ditë highlighting the lives of women in Kosovo. Her newest endeavor is starting a dance department within RIT Kosovo’s summer program…

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  • Claire Cunningham

    Claire Cunningham is a performer and creator of multi-disciplinary performance based in Glasgow, Scotland and a current Factory Artist with Tanzhaus nrw in Düsseldorf, Germany and Associate Artist in The Place, London. One of the UK’s most acclaimed and internationally renowned disabled artists, Cunningham’s work is often rooted in the study and use/misuse of her…

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  • Deborah Light

    Deborah is an independent choreographer, dance artist and mother based in Cardiff. She is an associate artist of Coreo Cymru and Chapter. Deborah’s work described as ‘bold, beautiful and intimate’ has been presented nationally and internationally. ‘Caitlin’, created with Light, Ladd & Emberton won Best Dance Production in Wales Theatre Awards 2015 and is being…

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  • Eleanor Brown

    I am a choreographer, dance artist and teacher working in South Wales. I desire to make art that captures the simple moments that express the beauty of the everyday, rooted in the humanity of movement. Throughout my practice I aspire to value simplicity, by having a considered visual presentation, which creates space for possibility and…

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Groundwork morning classes start back 29th January 2020

Here’s the first block of weekly morning classes to kick start 2020! A lovely heady mix of Contemporary technique and Improv, take your pick and get moving… Wednesday 29th January – Kim Noble – Rubicon, 11am – 12.30pm Friday 7th February – Cai Tomos –  Chapter, 9.30am – 11am Wednesday 12th February – Mike Williams…

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