4.14 (2011)
Choreographed by Replica Dance Company during a week's residency at Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth.


They arrive. At story of travel and love in 1930s New York. 4:14, an encounter that leaves a lasting impression. They depart.


This piece has been performed at:

The Capitol, Horsham
Ventnor Fringe Festival
The University of Chichester
Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth
The Nave, London

Pallant House Gallery, Chichester


Future performances:

The Point, Eastleigh - 6th Dec
Woking Dance Festival, Woking - 17th/18th Dec
Resolution!, The Place, London - 11th Jan 2012

No Fickle Promises  (2010)
Choreographed and performed by Replica Dance Company
Music arranged by James Marshall.
Extracts from original radio footage from WWII


This work looks at a marital relationship in the 1940s and the inevitable emotions expressed when a man departs for war and his wife's desparate attempts to prolong his exit.

This piece has been performed at:

Jump Out, The Point, Eastleigh 
Skyride, Southampton
Cafe Choregraphique, Hampshire Dance/The Point, Eastleigh
The Showroom, University of Chichester
Worthing Pavilion, Worthing
Beaufort Community School, Gloucester
Manhood Community College, Selsey
The Kings Theatre, Portsmouth
The Capitol, Horsham
The Winter Gardens, Eastbourne


Happening  (2011)

Choreographed by Liz Richards


How can so much happen in a small space of time? An unexpected happening. A relationship forced upon these strangers due to a change, a difference, a force. This moment of change leads them to an awkward journey where the ill-eased relationship is possibly more important than living.


This piece has been performed at:


The Grove Theatre, Bedfordshire
Jump Out, The Point
The Winter Gardens, Eastbourne
Hampshire Dance Associate Artist sharing, The Point
The Nightingale Theatre, Brighton
Farnborough Sixth Form College
Woking Dance Festival
IMpact Dance Festival, Portsmouth
Ventnor Fringe Festival 

The Edward Burra Project (2011)
Choreographed by Replica Dance Company for Pallant House Gallery, Chichester


A response to the Edward Burra exhibition.


The audience travelled in an interactive dance piece and experienced the extraordinary work and life of Edward Burra.

images by Rachel Cherry and Antonio Guiterez