design and photography for Independance 4 spring tour 2015, March and April dates across Scotland. Large format posters back from the printers, looking forward to seeing them at venues on the tour. A wonderful programme of work from Independance quartet with choreography by Christine Devaney, Ramesh Meyyappan and Stopgap Dance Company. www.indepen-dance.org.uk
Dreamers, Winter Again and Yama presented by Scottish Dance Theatre performed in Dundee and Edinburgh in February 2015. Production photos Brian Hartley. Posters outside Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh. http://www.scotsman.com/what-s-on/theatre-comedy-dance/dance-review-scottish-dance-theatre-1-3691132
Research at Cove Park with an inspiring group of artists and choreographers co-ordinated by Pal Labs. Working collaboratively in a short time scale to create work based on themes of dance, choreography, location and environment. www.pallabs.org Photos taken during the week on flickr.
Tales of a Grandson reviews from the Herald, The Scotsman and The Edinburgh Guide. The Herald Mary Brennan 28th October 2014 ***** The various tales that Andy Cannon beguiles us with in this three-part foray into his own, and Scotland’s, provenance stem from halcyon days in 1974 when – with Grandpa at the wheel of […]
Scotch Hoppers featured in Sarah Longfield’s 3,6 & 36 project with her son Benjamin being the “games captain” for the project, 3,6 & 36 was a wonderful project reflecting on the Games from the perspectives of the family. http://www.heraldscotland.com/arts-ents/stage/review-dance.25625334
The Herald review Mary Brennan Monday 28 July 2014 With a hop, skip, and a jump – it’s playtime! And as we loll back in deck chairs, enjoying Stillmotion’s dancers Penny Chivas, Melanie Forbes-Broomes and Scott Houston, in their natty tartan outfits (by Jennie Loof), the children’s game of hopscotch becomes a clever choreography of […]
Working on design prototypes at Pollok Park, Glasgow, June 2014. Building prototype shapes for Scotch Hoppers games. Chisels, hammers, power tools, paint. Working in an open covered shed under construction at Pollok Park, thanks to the countryside rangers and Tassy Thompson