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Dance Project

The Performance

TRACES of WAR: an original dance performance & installation  created by a cast of veterans, and young people

Candoco Associate Artists and choreographers Jemima Hoadley and Welly O’Brien worked with the cast members of the Charlie F Project, Cando2 Youth Dance, Kings College London students, pupils from Harris Girls Academy and Clapton Girls Academy to produce an original piece of choreography looking at the impact of war on the individual and the collective.

The disabled and non-disabled participants aged 12 to 45, from countries spanning India, Colombia and Cyprus, have little or no dance experience. The cast created material over a 6-day workshop period culminating in an original site-specific dance performance set to the sound score of Traces of War artist, Jannane Al-Ani's Shadow Sites II.

A full programme including the perfomers biographies can be downloaded here. 

 

RedFlowerThe Performers 
Abi Brownlee Fox-East Dulwich Girls Academy
Lisa Maria Frending-King’s College London
Mirabelle Haddon, Cando2  
Miah Henry-East Dulwich Girls Academy
Lt Col (Retd) Stewart Hill-The Charlie F Project
Finlay James - Cando2  
Lydia Kapournioti- King’s College London
Amber Mulcahy-King’s College London 
Ari Salazar Volkmann-King’s College London 
Marine Cassidy Little-The Charlie F Project
Gopika Shinghal- King’s College London
Louisa Shadlen-Clapton Girls Academy 
Lily Philips- The Charlie F Project
Steve Morgan- The Charlie F Project
Nicola De Maine- The Charlie F Project
Ophir Yaron-Cando2  
Noa Yaron-Cando2  
Lance Corporal (Retd.) Ashliegh Young-The Charlie F  Project
 
The Producers
Jayne Peake- Department of War Studies, King’s College
London
Amanda Faber- Charlie F Productions 
Ellie Douglas-Allan- Candoco Dance Company
Saphia Bishop- Candoco Dance Company

Inspired by the Traces of War artists
Jananne Al-Ani   Shaun Gladwell    Baptist Cohelo

 

Photo credit: Laura Godfrey-Isaacs 


 

"I don't think any combination of words will ever manage to be representative of the immense privilege it was to participate in an environment that was charged with this vivaciousness for living, pushing your boundaries and never ceasing to create."

Ari Salazar Volkmann, King's College London Student & Performer

 

 
 
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