Indepen-dance, presents an exciting double-bill at Tramway, in collaboration with choreographers Natasha Gilmour and Lucy Bennett.
Now. No. Now!
Choreographer Natasha Gilmore takes a playful look at the urgency of ‘Now’ in this her first choreography for the Indepen-dance. Responding to the individuals within the group Natasha has created a moving and funny piece, set to live music composed by Quee McArthur.
Natasha Gilmore is the Artistic Director of Barrowland Ballet, she was the choreographer for Glasgow Girls the musical and Dancing Voices.
“My name is Owen, and the world moves too fast for my liking. Sometimes, I wish I were an aquanaut – floating, gliding and taking my time, quietly.”
Watching the world through his aquarium, Owen Moon’s imagination begins to seep into his everyday life. When reality starts to shake his dream world, Owen submerges himself deeper into a fantasy full of fish, space and MTV.
Goldfish is choreography by Lucy Bennett with additional material by Chris Pavia and the dancers. Musical composition by Jim Pinchen.
Tickets for the performances can be obtained through the Tramway box office: 0845 330 3501
Places for the open workshop and Q&A can be booked through e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org