Founded in 1999 by Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald, 2Faced Dance is a leading all male contemporary urban dance company. 2Faced Dance specialises in athletic contemporary dance, incorporating bold and spectacular break dance routines into an adrenaline-fuelled yet graceful repertoire.
Underpinned by the transformative ability of dance to bring positive change to people’s lives, 2FacedDance’s productions aim not only to entertain, but to challenge; reinterpreting conventional definitions of contemporary dance.
At the core of the company’s approach are ideals of education and collaboration: 2FD has amassed an excellent reputation for training young people and working with both established and emerging artists in a variety of genres.
Out Of His Skin (Promo)
Bored with life, the monotony of the everyday and trying to find his place in the world one man searches for the next high, the next hit, the next big thing. Pushing every available boundary and risking everything until there is nothing left. Using their trademark urban contemporary language, 2Faced Dance Company return with a new full length work choreographed by Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald. Unpredictable, fierce, visceral and tender, the country’s leading all male contemporary company continue to lead the way in finding a way to connect to audiences that strikes at the soul.
GLOW Dance Festival
hr1 takes the thrilling world of professional dance out of the theatre and into the lives of people living, working and going to school in Herefordshire. Launching in June 2011, the project unfolds over one year, culminating in a spectacular torch-lit performance event on Castle Green in Hereford on 30 June 2012 - GLOW
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2Faced Youth Dance
A solo peice choreographed by Fiona Hay and performed by Jeson Jevon for our annual show.
Politicking Oath - Choreographed by Freddy Opoku-Addaie
Politicking Oath takes as its starting point the emotion and spirit expressed by the Olympic Oath and National Anthems. In movement random Olympic events create a template for physical language, utilising principle rules and intent that gives an insight into the prowess and complex beings we are. “Tongue and cheek off the wall promise” The Times
7.0 - Choreographed by Tamsin Fitzgerald
7.0 is inspired by Fitzgerald’s visit to Haiti a year on after the earthquake. Still in a state of emergency, and surrounded by the un-cleared rubble and dust the piece explores what happens when we live in a state of political, physical and geographical uncertainty. 7.0 questions how we react when everything we take for granted, out homes, communities and social structures are removed and taken from us.
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