Following its online premiere on Thursday 27 August 2020, The Solo Collective will now be available to watch online until Friday 18 September 2020.

The Solo Collective is a new digital dance performance, fusing a collection of socially distanced solos by Dance City’s post-graduate company The Collective, exploring themes of identity, society and media within the unprecedented circumstances we now live.

The company have worked closely with Programme Leader David Lloyd and renowned choreographer Neville Campbell, as well as Physical Theatre companies Gecko and Lost Dog over an intensive four week period.

Watch the film here. 


Direction and concept: David Lloyd

Choreographed and performed by:
Pagan Hunt, Lily Dooks, Ellie Trow, Shannon Webb, Hazel Loftus, Maria Giacchetto, Holly Conway, Emily-Fleur Peake, Erin Hughes

Special mention to Eleni Antoniou

Filming and editing: Dave Allinson

Mentoring choreographers:
Ryen Perkins-Gagnes and Amit Lahav (Gecko)
Ben Duke (Lost Dog)

Rehearsal Director: Nev Campbell

Requiem in D Minor K 626: Introitus, requiem aeternum by Mozart
In my Room by Fennesz
More than a woman by Bee Gees
Harmony in Ultraviolet by Tim Hecker
Murmuration by Pausal
Sangria (Climax OST) by Thomas Bangalter
Once Upon A Time in Paris by Erik Satie
Moon Like Sour Candy by The Ophelia’s

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