Spring Lab 2016
Our third annual Spring Lab is fast approaching and you can still book at the reduced Earlybird price!
Spring Lab: Part of the Process will give dance artists an insight into Stopgap’s inclusive devising methods including blending, translation and movement generation over the course of 3 days. Each day will start with full company class with all of the Stopgap Dance Artists and the creative lab will be guided by Lucy Bennett (Artistic Director), Siobhan Hayes (Creative Learning Manager) and Laura Jones (Senior Dance Artist)
Dates: Tues 29, Wed 30 & Thu 31 March, 10am-5pm
At: University of Surrey, Guildford
Earlybird rate: £150 (if booked by 4 March)
The 3 day intensive has been growing in popularity each year since its inception in 2014! If you are interested in attending then email Lily Norton on email@example.com. More information can be found here.
BBC video feature
One of Stopgap’s dance artists, Hannah Sampson, was the feature of a video by the BBC last week. Hannah has been training with Stopgap for many years as a dance artist and teacher.
Hannah is part of Stopgap’s collaboration with Casson & Friends which is currently touring UK venues. Night at the Theatre is a mixture of dance theatre and imaginative storytelling to spark the imagination of children and their grown ups!
Recruiting for a paid Intern
We have an exciting opportunity to join the Stopgap team for 6 months as an Intern (paid)! To apply you must be aged 18 – 24 and currently claiming Job Seeker’s Allowance (due to the role being part funded by the kind support of the Creative Employment Programme).
To find out more about the role and how you can apply please click here or email Joy St Denis on firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally, we are really pleased to announce the successful recipients for the iF Brighton Fringe Bursary (supported by Stopgap, The Point and Disability Arts Online) as Silent Faces and the Powered By / iF Creative Residency (supported by Stopgap and The Point) as Indepen-dance4.
Indepen-dance4 will be working in The Point’s Creative Space in March with mentoring support from Lucy, Laura and Chris. You can find out more about their work here. There will be a free sharing at The Point on Friday 11 March at 4pm. Please come along and join us.
Silent Faces are an emerging integrated theatre company that make bold and challenging devised theatre rooted in physical comedy and playful improvisation. Learn more about the company here and watch their show at the Sallis Benney Theatre in Brighton on Monday 9 May.