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Vincent Dance Theatre

Vincent Dance Theatre, based in Brighton, tours high quality dance theatre regionally, nationally and internationally. Our investment supports the core operation, enabling the company to consolidate its relationships with key venues and to sustain and develop its educational resource information.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £260,000
  • 2013-2014: £266,240
  • 2014-2015: £273,162

Video feed

Intercourse (1994)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/intercourse/index.html

Cthonian Pleasures (1996)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/chthonian/index.html

Noli Me Tangere (1994)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/noli/index.html

In Optimo City, The Almost Perfect Town (1997)

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Glasshouse (1998)

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Falling From The High Rise Of Love (1999)

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Caravan of Lies (2000)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/caravan/index.html

Germinate (2000/2002)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/club/index.html http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/orbital/index.html http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/martial/index.html http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/plunge/index.html

Drop Dead Gorgeous (2001)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/dropdead/index.html

Let The Mountains Lead You To Love (2003)

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On The House (2000/2003)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/house/index.html

Shifiting Intimacies (2005)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/shifting/index.html

Fairy Tale (2006)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/archive/fairytale/index.html#video

If We Go On (2009)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/ifwegoon/index.html

Motherland (2012)

http://www.vincentdt.com/projects/motherland/index.html http://www.motherland.org.uk

Motherland 2014 Brighton Rehearsal warm up

See what our VDT cast get up to during a Motherland warm up at our Brighton Rehearsals in 2014.

Charlotte Vincent's presentation from the Dance UK National Choreographer's Conference 2013

Charlotte Vincent's presentation from the Dance UK National Choreographer's Conference 2013

Motherland (Extended Trailer) (2012)

Winding its way through airbrushed beauty, boob jobs and Botox, victim blaming, slut shaming, the might of motherhood and the challenge of childlessness, Motherland is an uncompromising, funny and moving show about having it all. In Motherland, Vincent Dance Theatre's brilliant, multi-talented ensemble of men, women and children take a look at the gender they were born into and the price they are paying for it. Spurred on by Simone de Beauvoir, Caitlin Moran and the Spice Girls, Vincent goes into battle with the big boys, arguing against a narrow, over-sexualized definition of femininity to ask what it is that we really, really want. Blending dance, text and live music in a series of constantly shifting vignettes, Motherland is a call to arms: one that sticks two fingers up at the shallow hypocrisies and inequalities of our time and asks 'what do we hope for now?' Visit the Motherland website www.motherland.org.uk for more information on the show, including videos, photos, audience reactions and press reviews. Film by Joseph Murray

Motherland (2012)

Winding its way through airbrushed beauty, boob jobs and Botox, victim blaming, slut shaming, the might of motherhood and the challenge of childlessness, Motherland is an uncompromising, funny and moving show about having it all. In Motherland, Vincent Dance Theatre's brilliant, multi-talented ensemble of men, women and children take a look at the gender they were born into and the price they are paying for it. Spurred on by Simone de Beauvoir, Caitlin Moran and the Spice Girls, Vincent goes into battle with the big boys, arguing against a narrow, over-sexualized definition of femininity to ask what it is that we really, really want. Uncompromising yet utterly accessible, Motherland has a broad appeal for both sexes through its potent blend of theatre and dance. Motherland is a call to arms: one that sticks two fingers up at the shallow hypocrisies and inequalities of our time and asks 'what do we hope for now?' 'Admirably uncompromising' The Times 'Delivers moments of extraordinary intimacy reminiscent of the late Pina Bausch' The Guardian Visit the Motherland website www.motherland.org.uk for more information on the show, including videos, photos, audience reactions and press reviews. Film by Joseph Murray

Stairway to the Stars by The Grace Performance Group - Facilitated by VDT (2012)

A pre-show curtain raiser ' Stairway to the Stars' performed by The Grace Performance Group at DanceXchange in Birmingham in October 2012, just before the Motherland performance. Commissioned by DanceXchange as part of Vincent Dance Theatre's Motherland 2012 tour, The Grace Performance Group worked with Charlotte Vincent and members of the Motherland cast to devise and perform the piece.

Juncture 2012 Documentary by Andy Wood

Launched by Charlotte Vincent and Yorkshire Dance in March 2012, Juncture is an initiative, designed to bring new work, professional development, critical debate and innovative performance practice to Yorkshire. Juncture was conceived by Charlotte Vincent in collaboration with Yorkshire Dance, and the inaugural programme was curated by Charlotte in March 2012: four weeks of residencies, performances, workshops, a symposium and critical debates, programmed with an emphasis on female-led work and experimental, cross-disciplinary practice. Artists involved in Juncture included: Claire MacDonald, Liz Aggiss, Wendy Houstoun, Eddie Ladd, The Two Wrongies, New Art Club, Antonia Grove and long term VDT collaborator and performer Aurora Lubos.

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Contact details

www.vincentdt.com

Level 8 Unit C North
New England House
New England Street
Brighton
BN1 4GH

50.831631, -0.13737

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