Indepen-dance 4 is our flagship inclusive dance ensemble. It is only three years old with a fast-growing reputation for innovative and high quality performances. Our four dancers [Hayley Earlam, Emma Smith, Neil Price and Adam Sloan] have in their short career worked with an amazing range of choreographers and musicians, touring shows in the UK and to France and Belgium.
Join Indepen-dance 4 for weekly technique classes on Wednesdays from 9:30am at Scottish Ballet.
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Indepen-dance 4’s repertoire includes but it not limited to the following pieces:
A:version is a humorous celebration of the art of making mistakes from a unique, young inclusive dance quartet. When does rehearsal end and performance begin? The quirks and idiosyncrasies of the studio are playfully explored. But as the dancers strive to complete the piece, they ask themselves: does practice really make perfect?
Photo by The Camera Quines
Four Go Wild In Wellies
A brand new show for audiences aged 3-5 years, Four Go Wild In Wellies is a whimsical adventure featuring bobble hats, scarves, tents that have a life of their own and, of course, lots of fun in wellies!
Created with the company by director Anna Newell, composer David Goodall and choreographer Stevie Prickett who have worked together for more than 20 years and have created work for younger audiences that has toured as far afield as South Africa and off Broadway.
Photo by Brian Hartley
Vous is a collaboration between George Adams and the dancers at Indepen-dance. The work references how we meet each other, and in this exchange how we aim to find a balance between listening and contributing. Vous references how we view image and people within a particular context. The piece is episodic in nature and plays with choreographed relationships as part of a movement quartet. The movement material is being continually refined and the work hopes to continue to development into a full length dance theatre piece.
Photo by Ian Watson
Some of the Moments We Haven’t Forgotten
“Dreaming ties all mankind together.”
From nothing but listening and breathing together, unfolds a series of moments, that have no meaning until you watch and share these moments. This work evolved through playing and dreaming together.
Choreographer/Director Christine Devaney
Music composed and played by Robin Mason
Devised by Christine Devaney, Robin Mason, Hayley Earlam, Adam Sloan, Neil Price & Kelly McCartney
As a boy falls in and out of sleep and as his sleep becomes deeper and longer his family begin to drift apart as the stresses and strains take their toll.
Choreographer/Director Ramesh Meyyappan
Music composed by David Paul Jones
Devised by Hayley Earlam, Adam Sloan, Neil Price & Kelly McCartney
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.
Choreographers Lucy Bennett & Chris Pavia
Music composed by Jim Pinchin
Projects that Indepen-dance 4 has been involves in:
Scottish Ballet Project – 24th & 25th April 2015
Building on from a fruitful choreographic workshop last year, Scottish Ballet and Indepen-dance 4, Scotland’s leading inclusive dance company for artists with diverse abilities, are coming together again with innovative choreographer Marc Brew to create an exciting world première. Renowned for its tenderness, Marc Brew’s work illustrates the beauty of moments shared and reveals the unusual and the inspiring in the everyday and the mundane. Brew is praised for consistently redefining the expectations of physicality for dancers, and his new piece will be like nothing you’ve seen before.
Integrance – Funded by the European Union
INTEGRANCE focuses on performance as part of a long term project to consolidate recognition of inclusive dance as a key part of performing arts. Inclusive dance recognises that artists should be chosen, regardless of their disability or ability, on the basis of their talent. The highly experienced INTEGRANCE partners, Indepen-dance (UK), StopGap (UK), Micadanses (FR) and Platform-K (BE), have long worked with inclusive dance and have reached a position whereby the focus is not only on education and social inclusion, but also on high-quality artistic performance.
Find more about this project on www.integrance.co.uk
Spring Tour 2015 Trailer
|Exalt with Scottish Ballet at the DiG festival 2015|
|Herald Scotland||April 2015|
|The Scotsman||April 2015|
|The Public Reviews||April 2015|
|Row B Seat 87||April 2015|
|Triple Bill Spring Tour 2015|
|The List||March 2015|
|Evening Times||March 2015|
|McLellan Arts Festival|
2 September 2015
|Community Theatre Lamlash
Arran High School
28 August 2015
|Dance International Glasgow |
Performance with Scottish Ballet
24 April 2015
25 April 2015
25 Albert Drive
| Integrance Project |
You & Vous
19 February 2015
20 February 2015
| Integrance Project |
You & Vous
23 February 2015
24 February 2015
Studio May B
16, rue Geoffroy l’Asnier
|Spring Tour 2015|
|20 March 2015|
|21 March 2015|
|25 March 2015|
|The Old Sheriff Court
105 Brunswick Street
|27 March 2015|
1000 Westerhouse Road Glasgow
|31 March 2015|
|Paisley Arts Centre
|01 April 2015|
|03 April 2015|
|06 April 2015|
Old Glamis Road
|Spring Tour 2014|
|06/03/2014||Beacon Arts Centre
Custom House Quay
|02/04/2014||Howden Park Centre
|Autumn Tour 2013|
|17/10/2013||The Lemon Tree
5 West North Street
|24/10/2013||The Aros Experience
Isle of Skye
Rouken Glen Road
Argyll And Bute