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Extraordinary Bodies Part 2: Communities

Extraordinary Bodies Part 2: Communities

The second instalment of a series of short films about the work of Extraordinary Bodies. This film presents our participatory programme, Sings, Leads and Plays, and discusses how different communities were engaged with Weighting during our show in Southwark, May 2015  

Weighting in Fleetwood this Weekend!

WEIGHTING COMES TO SPAREPARTS ARTS FESTIVAL, FLEETWOOD Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th July Weighting will be the headline performance to this year’s SpareParts Art Festival. A free event for all the family Sat 18th – 6pm Sunday 18th July – 1pm & 5pm Marine Hall, Fleetwood FY7 6HF www.leftcoast.org.uk

Sing with Extraordinary Bodies!

Are you near Fleetwood or Blackpool? Fancy singing as part of an integrated community choir in one of our shows? Find out more here: www.leftcoast.org.uk/news/extraordinary-bodies-sings

Extraordinary Bodies Documentary Part 1

PART 1 : ARTISTIC PROCESS DURING REHEARSAL The first instalment of our Extraordinary Bodies Weighting documentary is here! This video presents an introduction to Extraordinary Bodies and discusses the initial development of the show ‘Weighting’. We hope you enjoy it! (This video contains subtitles)

Weighting comes to Fleetwood

Weighting comes to Fleetwood

Weighting comes to Fleetwood Sat 18th & Sun 19th July 2015 Weighting will be the headline act of SpareParts Arts Festival (Programmed by LeftCoast) as part of Fleetwood Festival of Transport Saturday 18th July – Preview performance of Weighting for the people of Fleetwood Sunday 19th July – Headline act for the SpareParts Arts Festival Times … Continued

Plays in Southwark

Saturday 16 May, 10-4pm at Blackfriar’s Settlement, London SE1 0RB Do the Arts and media genuinely represent all of society? In our creative workforces, in the rehearsal room, in our training institutions, on our screens and stages. And in our audiences? Clore Prize Fund Winners Extraordinary Bodies offers a provocation about how arts and media … Continued

Extraordinary Bodies invite you to the premiere of Weighting

Extraordinary Bodies invite you to the premiere of Weighting

EXTRAORDINARY BODIES ARE PROUD TO INVITE YOU TO WEIGHTING Southwark Council present premiere performances of Weighting in Dulwich Park this May Preview Day Friday 8th May 1 pm – Reception to meet the creative team 2 pm – Preview performance of Weighting 3.15 pm – Post show discussion on integrated work RSVP to events@southwark.gov.uk Saturday … Continued

Want to know more about Sings?

Watch this video of Extraordinary Bodies Sings choir rehearsal in Southwark to see what all the fuss is about! Sings in Southwark from Cirque Bijou on Vimeo. If you would like to be involved, or to find out how to set up your own integrated choir contact Participation Producer Nick White n.white@diversecity.org.uk

ExtraordinaryBodies

Some more snaps of Human, our new show about the small moments that shape us told through circus, live music and film 📸All performances are relaxed, BSL interpreted, captioned and audio described.Next stops:Funky Llama Theatre Royal Plymouth, October 29 + 30: bit.ly/3DZR0m0Woolwich Works, November 5 + 6: www.woolwich.works/events/humanThe Lowry, November 24: thelowry.com/whats-on/human-by-extraordinary-bodies[Images description: The first photo show three performers on a dimly lit bare stage, purple spotlights above them. In the centre, a white woman in her twenties stands with one arm raised up to a trapeze that hangs from above. She wears a blue and gold sparkly top and red trousers. On the left, a mixed-race woman in her twenties wears a DPD delivery outfit - black and red fleece top and red trousers. She looks at the performer in the centre. On the right, a mixed-race woman stands with one arm raised up, bending backwards gracefully. She wears a leotard and grey leggings. The second photo shows the mixed-race woman with the leotard holding a circus rope gathered into a bundle in her arms like a baby, looking at it tenderly. The third photo shows a white man in his twenties in the air above the the stage by holding onto black straps. He wears a grey T-shirt and black trousers. His thin legs dangle below him as he flies, looking strong.] ... See MoreSee Less
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We're delighted to be a partner on the Green Space Dark Skies project led by Walk the Plank as part of Unboxed2022.We’re inviting 20,000 people to make a journey into the landscape together from April to September 2022. Find out more about how you can get involved at: www.greenspacedarkskies.uk.[Image description: A futuristic-style image made of multiple photos of British landscapes all brought together to create one seamless panorama. Small colourful gradients fill some of the water and mountain areas. The left side shows daytime scenes and as it progresses to the right, the landscapes gradually turns into nighttime.] ... See MoreSee Less
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    We're delighted to be a partner on the @GreenSpaceDS project led by @walktheplank as part of @unboxed2022. We’re in… https://t.co/3TW9yY5Ptd

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    @tpcolegate @LighthousePoole Thank you so much Tim!

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    @hilaryrfoster @BarnsleyCivic @TRPlymouth @woolwich_works @The_Lowry @FireStationSun @cirquebijou @diversecity1 Ama… https://t.co/qbstY6i9Bi

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    @NatalieAnnScott Thank you so much!

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    Thank you so much Tim 🤩

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