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Photography by Andrew Worsfold and Trevor Staff

James wilton - r504

Following on from london contemporary dance school, James was commisioned to tour his student work for scottish dance theatre. In 2010 he founded James WIlton Dance Company and created his first professional work ‘The Shortest Day’ winning Saddlers Wells “Global Dance Contest” and the “Audience Award for best choreography”. Since then James has toured internationally. James now works as a choreographer, producer and artistic director.

Carmine De Amicis born in Italy, is a current performer for Richard Alston Dance Company. He performed in the UK with Shobana Jeyasingh Dance, Tavaziva, Josè Agudo - Akademi, Watkins Dance Company and Grange Park Opera amongst others. As choreographer Carmine received Arts Council England funding in 2018 for the creation of EDIFICE Dance Theatre’s production ‘Tenome - Eyes on hand’ and choreographic commissions from På Tå Hev (Norwegian Ballet and Opera), The University of Chichester and several UK Youth Dance Companies. Carmine is Associate Lecturer at the University of Chichester; Rehearsal Director for Akademi and Tavaziva; Workshop facilitator for Shobana Jeyasingh Dance. Carmine trained at the University of Chichester (Master of Art In Dance Performance), National Academy of Dance (Rome) and the University of Rome 3

carmine de amicis - 1943

Antonia grove - ha ha ha

Antonia trained at the Rambert School and then joined Rambert Dance Company 1998-2003. She has worked with choreographers including Christopher Bruce, Jiri Kylian, Mats Ek, Merce Cunningham, Glen Tetley, Johan Inger, Ohad Naharin, Jeremy James, Richard Alston, Wayne McGregor, Javier de Frutos, Diddy Veldman, Rafael Bonachela, Mark Bruce, Charles Linehan, Lea Anderson, Stephen Mear, Yasmeen Godder, Matthew Dunster & Wendy Houstoun.As performer Antonia has twice been nominated for the Critics Circle National Dance Awards and a Time Out Live Award. Antonia founded the dance theatre company Probe in 2004 and has produced and performed 6 touring productions to date.