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 Post subject: Laban students' tour 2005
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Laban news release

Laban students share their dance expertise at home and away

Third year students from Laban, the world leading conservatoire for contemporary dance artist training based in Deptford SE8, are hitting the road this Spring with a show created especially for them by leading international and UK-based contemporary dance makers. The dancers will perform for students and staff from schools and colleges from across South London and the UK. The show includes a selection of work by choreographers: Joclécio Azevedo, Rosalind Newman, Lionel Popkin, Stephanie Schober, Kirstie Simson and Christian Burns and Athina Vahla. Following each performance there is a question and answer session and the event is offered free to all the participating schools and colleges.

The tour is a valuable experience for Laban and the institutions they tour to. Laban students gain experience of touring and performing work by professional choreographers and the institutions experience a diverse programme of contemporary dance. It is also a chance to gain an insight into professional dance training and to life and work at Laban.

Rebecca Bogue, dance teacher at Kensington and Chelsea College explains: “These performance events inspire students and allow them to consider the possibility of being in those dancers’ shoes in three years time. The post-show chat is an ideal opportunity to learn about the realities of professional dance training from the horses’ mouth. This is essential, as audiences need current and relevant information.” Nikki Hornett, a student at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts agrees: “I found the performance inspiring and educational, demonstrating how to move and be free on stage. The work was amazing to watch and made me want to learn more about Laban.”

Although these events are closed to the public there is an opportunity for everyone to see the students perform in their annual degree show which runs from 27 June to 2 July at Laban. The degree show includes a breath-taking performance event in the stunning surrounds of St Paul’s Church, Deptford. For further information call Laban on 020 8691 8600 or visit www.laban.org
In 2005 Laban’s BA3 students will perform for the following schools and colleges:

Date Venue
20 January Lewisham College
21 January Sittingbourne Community College, Kent
27 January Laban (open day) for visiting students from:
Coleg Powys, Powys
Stockton Riverside College, Thornaby
Wooton Upper School in Bedfordshire

28 January East 15 acting school, London
3 February Laban (open day) for visiting students from:
Highams Park School, London E4
Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridgeshire
Barking College, Essex

4 February Richmond upon Thames College
10 February Laban (open day) for visiting students from:
Hailsham Community College, East Sussex
Kirkly High School, Suffolk
Lister Community School, London E13

11 February Hackney College
11 February Laban (with students from the Palucca Schule Dresden)
19 February Morley College
24 February Kensington and Chelsea College
25 February Morley College
3 March Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA), London
11 March Frensham Heights, Surrey
17 March Laban (open day) for visiting students from
Copthall School, London NW7

ENDS.

Press contact for further information, images, photo opportunities and interviews:
Laraine Penson
Direct line: 020 8469 9523
Email: l.penson@laban.org
LABAN
Creekside
London, SE8 3DZ

Notes to Editors
Laban developed and established Britain’s first BA (Hons) and MA Dance degrees. It offers a range of undergraduate and graduate courses including choreography, performance, dance science and design for dance. The Laban building won the 2003 Stirling Prize for Architecture and is designed by Herzog & de Meuron.


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