We are happy to announce our first showing:Critical Mess will present the results of their two week residency under Stefan Sing’s directorship.
We are pleased to announce that this week we received the keys to our new training space in Berlin – 109 Beilsteinerstrasse 12681 (S7/S75 Springpfuhl). 200sqm in one square room, 6-8m high ceiling with a Harlequin dance marley floor (internal photos to follow).
5 Days of Clown with Peter Sweet
28 September – 2 October 2016
The simple open presence of each person, revealing themselves generously to an audience, is the source of the comedy that we will explore in this workshop. Continue reading “Clown with Peter Sweet”
We are please to announce that our first residency will be with Critical Mess – fifteen ball jugglers brought together from around Europe under the direction of Stefan Sing.
Still in the early stages of creation, Critical Mess will take two weeks at Katapult to create and develop material, before offering two showings on the evenings of Friday 14th and Saturday 15th October.
More details to follow.
A FIVE DAY WORKSHOP WITH ARAGORN ‘BISHOP’ BOULANGER
17-21 October 2016. 2pm – 7pm
AragoRn Boulanger a.k.a BishoP will share his technical development of waving through what’s called « WindStyle ». This technique is based on three principals used to explore and master the circulation of movement through, and inside the physical body. Continue reading “Windstyle Workshop with Aragorn”
5 Days of Juggling with Morgan Cosquer
24 – 28 October 2016
Approach the juggling as a way of expression; develop and enrich this language.
A weekend of hoop with Gail O’Brien
11 (evening), 12 & 13 November 2016
Gail O’Brien has taught and performed in a global capacity for the last 8 years. Winning Instructor of the year awards from Hooping.org and Flow arts Institute in 2015 and performing at many international festivals, corporate events and cabarets. Continue reading “Hoop Intensive with Gail O’Brien”
5 Days of juggling with Van-Kim and Cyrille
21 – 25 November 2016
For us, the beauty of contact juggling is in the connection between the body and the ball. Through a deeper understanding of rolling, stall points and throws, we will look for an awareness of the body and qualities of movement that can feed the creation process. Continue reading “Under the Ball with Van-Kim Tran and Cyrille Humen”