Monthly Archives: September 2013

Delighted to announce that Lizzy Le Quesne will be teaching an autumn series of Monday contemporary classes at URC on the following dates:

7th, 14th, 21st October, 4th, 11th November 11.00am-1.00pm

The classes will provide an introduction to Skinner Releasing Technique.  Cost will be £10 per class pay as you go, or £40 for those prepared to book all five in advance.  Don’t miss this important opportunity to find out about and engage with this pioneering technical approach, working with an experienced and insightful practitioner.

You can find more details about the classes, the level and how to book here:

Lizzy Le Quesne has over 20 years experience of performing and making dance, and facilitating creative process. Alongside creating her own interdisciplinary performances for galleries and specific sites internationally, she has danced with Ricochet Dance Productions, Wally Cardona, Rosemary Lee and many others. Lizzy is a dedicated teacher and practitioner of Skinner Releasing Technique, which is based on the simple principle that we can move more fully and effectively when we let go of hidden holding patterns in the body. She has taught at universities and conservatoires in the UK and Prague, and writes for several arts publications. Lizzy believes in dance in the broadest sense as a creative, embodied, social and political art form.

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See you there!


After the August days of summer sunshine it’s briskly back to work in September, rehearsing for forthcoming performances of Late Work with Jennifer Jackson and musicians Malcolm Atkins and Andrew Melvin at the new GOlive Dance and Performance Festival curated by dance critic Donald Hutera (the Times) at the intimate Lion and Unicorn Theatre in London.  Part of the Giant Olive Community Theatre Company, and now going into its twenty-fifth year, Kentish Town’s only theatre has firmly established itself as a cultural centre for high quality and innovative theatrical productions.  GOlive runs from the Monday 9th to Sunday 29th September, see the full programme and booking details here:

Late Work performances are at 7.30pm on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th September; more information about Jennifer’s Dancing the Invisible project of which it was a part, audience comments and link to the Late Work blog can be found here:

Jennifer Jackson and Susie Crow in the Haiku section of Late Work at the Ivy Arts Centre, Guildford

Jennifer Jackson with Susie Crow and Malcolm Atkins  in the Haiku section of Late Work at the Ivy Arts Centre, Guildford, May 2012