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LAUNCH: A contemporary performance

July 22nd, 2021 at Studio Spaces, East London (Wapping).

A repertory performance featuring works from choreographers Luke Birch (he/him), Julian Nichols (he/him) & Cree Barnett Williams (she/her).

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CREATURE

Release Date: April 15th, 2021

CREATURE is a contemporary dance exploration that studies the difference between examining the superficial value versus the thorough aspects of something we, as humans, are unfamiliar with. A short film of approximately 9 minutes, it researches different perspectives of this species to see how it reacts when put in vulnerable and hostile positions and situations.

Dancers: Jasmine Chiu & Elisa Chou Hseih

Choreographer: Julian Nichols

In-Process with Luke Birch

Luke Birch will be creating a solo on one of Bodies in Action dancers.

When: May 10th - 14th, 2021

Residency @ The Crypt Gallery

A one-week residency at the Crypt Gallery in London, UK.

When: May 17th - 22nd, 2021

HourGlass

Premiere: August 31, 2019

HourGlass is a depiction of turbulent relationships that result in the eventual manipulation of the individuals involved. Unfortunately, in today's society, there is still a majority of people involved in unhealthy relationships that tend to endure the pain because it gives them a sense of security. The question here is why?

Dancers: Sara Augieras & Madeleine Jonsson

Choreographer: Julian Nichols

Photography: Noel Shelley

Repeating Addictions

Premiere: June 20, 2019

​Repeating Addictions is a study on how repetitive acts of intensity can become detrimental to one's self. This solo really focuses on the process in how rebellious acts that contradict the norm affects actions/reactions. A sense of anxiety riddles through the work constantly as there is a sense of nowhere to turn. The question being, what does one do when there is a lack of physical and emotional support?

Dancer and Choreographer: Julian Nichols

R&D at Dance Xchange

In residence at Dance Xchange in Birmingham, UK the choreographer and collaborators researched movement inspired by influential political figures at the time of occurrence. In just eight hours time over the course of two days, they created a three-minute work based on this idea.

Dancers: Francis Arthur, Johnny Autin, and Robert Hemming

Choreographer: Julian Nichols