YOUNG PEOPLE'S DANCE CALL OUTS

Would you like be in a professional dance show as part of Kensington and Chelsea Festival?

 

2Faced Dance Company and Kensington and Chelsea Festival 2022
Participant Call Out

Where All Paths Lead is a new outdoor dance show from 2Faced Dance company. They are looking for approx. 20 participants age 12+, with different life experiences and movement abilities for an exciting outdoor dance performance taking place this July as part of the Kensington and Chelsea Festival. The performance of Where All Paths Lead, explores how our bodies work together to form identities and communities and features the company’s 6 male dancers and 1 live drummer. Using a range of dance styles including contemporary, parkour, breakdance and contact work, the piece sees the dancers explore the different pathways that we journey through life, ultimately bringing us back home. There are two sections of the work which will be devised and created by the project participants, alongside the company and then performed at the Festival in July. Rehearsals will be relaxed, fun and friendly and we welcome both those with lots of dance/movement experience and those with very little. All participants will be provided with a costume for the performances. 2Faced Dance staff are DBS checked.


What we need from you
Availability
Monday 25 to Friday 29 July
Rehearsals for approx. 6 hours per day (daytime, times tbc)
Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 July
2 x performances outdoors in the afternoon each day at Emslie Horniman Park, Kensal Road London W10 5EG
You must be available for all the dates including both performance days. The specific times and location of rehearsals will be determined by the participants that apply. 


Places are limited to a maximum of 20 and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please contact producer@2faceddance.co.uk and admin@2faceddance.co.uk by Friday 8 July to reserve your place. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity! There are no costs for participants. Refreshments and lunches will be provided. If you have childcare costs, these can be reimbursed by the festival.
 

Ockham's Razor and Kensington and Chelsea Festival 2022

Participant Call Out
Ockham's Razor are looking for a group of young performers from the local community to take part in their new outdoor show Public as part of Kensington and Chelsea Festival. 
Participants should have experience or interest in circus, dance, martial arts, parkour or movement. You will take part in a free short workshop learning a movement sequence, led by choreographer Joel Daniel, and members of the company. The piece created will become part of the performance of Public, acting as a youth stage invasion!

Ockham’s Razor is an award-winning circus company that makes work that is arresting and entertaining. We specialise in discovering stories in the vulnerability, trust and reliance that are found in circus. www.ockhamsrazor.co.uk. Public is an outdoor performance piece about the use and ownership of public space. Urban public space has become increasingly colonised by corporations. Malls, town centres, arcades and transport hubs are owned by private interests with their own security and surveillance. In this landscape they set the rules of what is allowed and there is less space for young people to take up public space - to experiment, play and build social bonds with their peers. Play becomes risky and subversive. 

 

What we need from you

Ockham's Razor are looking for performers aged 13-20 years and can accommodate a maximum of 30 participants. Company staff members running the workshops are DBS checked. 
Details:
Workshop:         Friday 22 July - Afternoon (after school/college time – times tbc) 
Performances:     Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 July, performances in the afternoon (running time 30 minutes x 2 each day). Call time tbc (late morning)
Locations: 
Workshop & rehearsals – Chelsea Theatre, 7 World's End Place, London SW10 0DR
Tech & performances – World’s End Place (outside Chelsea Theatre) off King’s Road, London SW10 0DR. Please wear comfortable clothes (no black clothing for performances) and suitable footwear for performing outside.

 

There are no costs for participants. Refreshments and food will be provided. If you have childcare costs, these can be reimbursed by the festival. Places are limited to a maximum of 30 and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please contact niamh@turtlekeyarts.org.uk by Friday 15 July to reserve your place. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!