A contemporary dance project reflecting on growing up into a daughter and growing up into a dad
Serena Korda's ambitious, theatrical rendering of animal symbolism and folklore
A new show for children and families exploring the micro-world of grass
Humpty Dumpty is a unique interactive dance performance inspired by the world of Lewis Carol and the Humpty Dumpty rhyme.
A dance and digital project to inspire young readers
A spine-tingling dance adventure for children in South West libraries linked to the Summer Reading Challenge
Youth-led project integrating dance, BMXing, digital music, grafitti art and a brass ensemble
Choreography for a production of Eugene Onegin at the Ryedale Festival in Yorkshire
A commission for Phoenix Road and Brill Place to guide pedestrians between Euston and St. Pancras Stations during the London 2012 Olympics
Runway is a dance-art-muisc collaboration that worked with local people in Runnymede to create a light installation and intergenerational dance performance as part of the Forgotten Festivals programme in Surrey.
Collaboration with performance artist Richard Layzell commissioned by Chisenhale Art Place Trust
Second Hand Dance’s adult group performed as part of Generate Dance,
Second Hand Dance is collaborating with artist Serena Korda to create Dustercise as part of Serena’s Laid to Rest project.
Share the Word was a dance-work for an intergenerational cast of dancers that was performed in schools and care-homes around Surrey in Feruary-March 2011.
Training through Production was a collaborative project with Serena Korda for RADAR - Loughborough University Arts.
The Empty Shop Project was a six-week event that aimed to bridge the gap between dance artists and the public.
Isle of View was a promenade dance performance that weaved its way through buildings and open-spaces in summer 2011.
second hand dance collaborated with Serena Korda to choreograph a new folk dance and procession as part of the WAMA project in Barton Hill, Bristol.
Paper Solo is a performance collaboration between a choreographer (second hand dance) and a visual artist and sculptor (Josie Davis).
Second Hand Dance collaborated with Helena Webb to create the dance duo The Duck and the Fresian. The Duck and the Fresian first performed at the Celebrating Surrey Festival in 2010.
Amazingchoreographeddanceparty3 was a collaboration with Alexandrina Hemsley to choreograph the dance for Eddia Peake’s third music vdeo screened at Electrowerkz, Islington.