Mondays 7:30pm – 9pm for ages 18+
9, 16, 23, 30 Jan & 6 Feb 2023
This class will draw upon Harry’s physical practice & creative methodology, with a strong focus on the use of momentum, gravity, weight and spirals as tools with which to find efficiency and lucidity, as we move through space and in and out of the floor. Together we will work through a combination of guided improvisations and set material as a means of awakening our senses, expanding our vocabulary and challenging ourselves both physically and creatively. With an emphasis on pace and high energy, the class will encourage us to explore our limits, take risks, surprise ourselves and find more joy in our movement.
Price: £30 to attend all 5 sessions.
Or sign for for a full ReBels Advanced Membership for £50 which covers everything in the 10 week spring term including all 4 sets of 5 week long advanced sessions (including this one) from January – March plus guest pro workshops, make use of our creative spaces and mentorship scheme.
More info/sign up: https://barbicantheatre.co.uk/rebels…/rebelsadvanced/…
About your session leader Harry Scott
Harry is a freelance movement artist, researcher & facilitator. He completed his training at Falmouth University, graduating with First Class Honours in 2016.
Professionally Harry has performed in works by Prism Project, Alleyne Dance/FUSE, Exim Dance Company, Spindrift Dance Collective, Alats Dance Circus & Callous Affection Dance, as well as working on an array of dance films and music videos in collaboration with Make Amplify, Daniel Broadly, Bakani Pick-Up, Grace Lightman & Dan Bao. He has presented his own choreographic work (both independent and collaborative) at the Sallis Benney Theatre (Brighton), Theatre Royal (Plymouth) and Barbican Theatre (Plymouth). Most recently he has been researching his first publicly funded work, entitled She of The Many Hymns.
As a teacher Harry regularly leads classes and workshops for training institutions, dance organisations and community groups, including Sussex Dance Network, University of Plymouth, The Barbican Theatre and Exim Dance Company.