Tag Archives: Dance

Shared understanding: convention and agility

I find myself doing it almost without thinking: the international sign of ‘can i have the bill please?‘ is to pretend to write with one hand in the air, whilst giving the waiter or waitress a raised eyebrow glance. It’s … Continue reading

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On the eleventh day of Christmas Learning: it’s all about the details

Christmas Eve: are you ready? Have you decked the halls? Is the cake decorated? Do the stockings hang by the fireplace? Have you remembered to post the card for Aunt Sally in Canada? It’s the details that make the experience, … Continue reading

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The visual language of dance: interpreting messages through movement.

The subject was ‘Spitfire’. Four male dancers in string vests and long johns, each taking it in turns to run around the stage pretending to be a second world war fighter. Sometimes together, sometimes apart. Sound strange? Well, kind of, … Continue reading

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Taking part or being left out: what makes you dance?

It’s been a great weekend, the first sunny one for a month, putting everyone in a good mood. I got out walking, saw some friends, caught some music and even had a dance. A dance? Yes, i’m afraid it was … Continue reading

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