HeadSpaceDance is the brainchild of British dancers Charlotte Broom and Christopher Akrill, who, after 20 years in the business, dancing with Cullberg Ballet, Northern Ballet Theatre and at the Royal Opera House, took the reins in a new venture as dancers, curators and producers.
In their critically acclaimed début production Three And Four Quarters, HeadSpace’s stellar cast includes Oliver-award-nominee Clemmmie Sveaas and Antonia Grove, twice nominated as Best Performer by the Critic’s Circle.
The programme features work specially commissioned from Protein’s Luca Silvestrini, Didy Veldman and Javier de Frutos, alongside a revival of Light Beings by Mats Ek.
Commissioned by the Royal Ballet Studio Programme.
Ticket price: £8, concessions £5.
Location: The House, Plymouth University.
Enquiries: Peninsula Arts Box Office.