trui’s breath control

Fly No Filter’s fantastic lighting designer, Trui Malten has been working her magic for Caroline Wight’s new work Breath Control as part of Cambridge Science Festival.  Devised from research with the Breathe Easy Group at Addenbrookes Hospital, the piece will be performed by the first ever Breath Choir, in a combination of scientific, medical, musical, and philosophical […]

last minute free studio space

DanceEast have two of their wonderful studios at the Jerwood DanceHouse in Ipswich available for use by professional artists, tomorrow 9.00am – 5.00pm.  Rather than have the studios sat empty, the DanceEast team would like to fill them with dance and movement.  If you would like more information, please contact: Helen.Dawson@danceeast.co.uk.  First come first served […]

nasty women – artist call

In April Cambridge is joining the international movement of Nasty Women, raising money and awareness for women’s causes.  The Congress for the Defence of Culture, Eliza Gluckman, and Seana Wilson are organising an exhibition in response to the state of the world today. They are calling for all artists who want to push back and […]

sprung!

Tonight and tomorrow night, Fly No Filter and the JNR Sinstars will be returning to Queens College Cambridge for Sprung!  Curated by QCCDS with long standing artist in residence, Adele Thompson, we are very proud to be presenting our Hip Hop Theatre work alongside contemporary dance and dance for the camera.  Bboy Szymonster is back […]

new participate!

Hello March.  This week brings the start of spring with more daffodils and other floral inventions, some sun, and new Participate! programmes: Hip Hop Tots Fresh As is a six week hip hop dance and movement project for 0 – 6yr olds every Tuesday, exploring the theme of being dope and looking fresh. There will be five weekly practical […]

bargain buckets

Now is the time to book your tickets to see Fly No Filter‘s Soopa Noodle perform at the international Hip Hop Dance Festival, Breakin’ Convention.  Noodle will be performing his acclaimed How to Build a Shelf solo from The Glorious Tour, at Norwich Theatre Royal on Saturday 13th May, and the theatre are currently running a very special offer […]

midweek motivation

After a few mental weeks of being on the road, SIN Cru are now back in the office catching up and making plans.  We will be heading to Cambridge Junction this evening for some creative motivation from Joan Cleville Dance’s presentation of Plan B for Utopia.  We have heard rumours that there will be some […]