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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

How The Body Falls by Claire Macdonald

Claire Macdonald, collaborator, writer and co- Director of The Table (lwww.thetable.org) talks about 21 Years of Vincent’s practice, about falling and being held, about the body and change, about friendship and time and how the body is shaped by experience.

21 Anecdotes - Harry Theaker

Harry Theaker reflects on working with Charlotte at the very early stages of Vincent Dance Theatre.

21 Anecdotes - TC Howard

TC Howard reflects on her time working with Charlotte Vincent.

FIVE INSIGHTS Why I formed VDT

A three minute interview with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent reflecting on why she formed Vincent Dance Theatre. Part of 21 YEARS / 21 WORKS a collection of live and online work for Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year to be shown across London, Coventry, Birmingham, Leeds and Brighton in 2015. www.vincentdt.com

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FIVE INSIGHTS The Future

A two minute interview with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent reflecting on what the future holds for both herself and the company. Part of 21 YEARS / 21 WORKS a collection of live and online work for Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year to be shown across London, Coventry, Birmingham, Leeds and Brighton in 2015. www.vincentdt.com

FIVE INSIGHTS Key Moments

A four minute interview with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent reflecting on key moments of Vincent Dance Theatre. Part of 21 YEARS / 21 WORKS a collection of live and online work for Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year to be shown across London, Coventry, Birmingham, Leeds and Brighton in 2015. www.vincentdt.com

FIVE INSIGHTS Influences

A four minute interview with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent reflecting on her influences over 21 years of creating work. Part of 21 YEARS / 21 WORKS a collection of live and online work for Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year to be shown across London, Coventry, Birmingham, Leeds and Brighton in 2015. www.vincentdt.com

FIVE INSIGHTS Advice to 21 Year Old Self

A four minute interview with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent reflecting on what advice she would give to her 21 Year Old Self. Part of 21 YEARS / 21 WORKS a collection of live and online work for Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year to be shown across London, Coventry, Birmingham, Leeds and Brighton in 2015. www.vincentdt.com

21 Anecdotes - Ruth Ben-Tovim

Ruth Ben-Tovim reflects on her time working with Charlotte Vincent.

21 Anecdotes - Patrycja Kujawska

Patrycja Kujawska reflects on making Drop Dead Gorgeous (2001)

21 YEARS / 21 WORKS Look At Me Now Mummy explained

A three minute interview with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent talking about her small and intimate performance Look At Me Now Mummy in the collection she has put together to celebrate Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year.

21 YEARS / 21 WORKS in pictures

A one minute whistle-stop tour of 21 years and 21 works in pictures cut with Gymkhana an original track from MOTHERLAND (https://soundcloud.com/vincent-dance-theatre) www.vincentdt.com

21 YEARS / 21 WORKS Underworld Trailer

A one minute impressionistic trailer for Charlotte Vincent's large scale, durational piece Underworld using the original rehearsal footage. Underworld is the big, bold live event in the collection she has put together to celebrate Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year. www.vincentdt.com

21 YEARS / 21 WORKS Glasshouse explained

A four minute interview with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent talking about a filmed duet set in a Glasshouse on the Yorkshire Moors chosen to be part of the collection she has put together to celebrate Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year. www.vincentdt.com

21 YEARS / 21 WORKS the collection in a minute

A one minute promo for Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent's collection of live and online work she has chosen to celebrate Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year. www.vincentdt.com

21 YEARS / 21 WORKS Underworld explained

A four minute interview with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent talking about her large scale, durational piece Underworld cut with the original rehearsal footage. Underworld is the big, bold live event in the collection she has put together to celebrate Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year. www.vincentdt.com

21 YEARS / 21 WORKS the collection explained

A three minute interview with Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent explaining why she put this collection of live and online work together for Vincent Dance Theatre's 21st Anniversary year to be shown across London, Coventry, Birmingham, Leeds and Brighton in 2015. www.vincentdt.com

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)

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

Glasshouse (1998)

Glasshouse is a ten minute dance theatre film conceived and performed by Charlotte Vincent and Forced Entertainment’s Richard Lowdon, made with filmmaker Robert Hardy. Set in a small 'glass' house, and taking place from dusk until dawn, it is a hard-hitting duet about how actions speak louder than words. www.vincentdt.com

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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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