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shaun dillon - HOPE

Artistic Director of Dillon Dance, Shaun Dillon has worked as a choreographer and educational specialist for the past 10 years. Shaun studied contemporary dance at the University of Roehampton, graduating in 2012 with a BA (Hons) in Dance Studies. He then spent time working as a dance artist in various capacities for Matthew Bourne's New Adventures and Re:Bourne, Flexus Dance Theatre, Sadler's Wells, Third Row Dance Company, Volkosti Cossacks and C-12 Dance Theatre. Working with established choreographers Matthew Bourne, Scott Ambler, Lee Smikle, Katy Sterran, Shaun Parker, James Finnemore, Annie-Lunetter Deakin-Foster, Mari Frogner and Georgia Tegou.

Driven by a score compiled by Dillon Dance associate Jonny Colgan, Hope is an episodic contemporary dance work that explores how dance can bring us together even in the worst times.


Antonia grove - iconograph

Antonia trained at Rambert School and went straight on to join Rambert Dance Company (1998-2003). She has also danced for The National Theatre, Random Dance, Bonachela Dance Company, The Cholmondeleys, Charles Linehan Company, New Art Club, Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre, Walker Dance Park Music, Matthias Sperling, Clod Ensemble, HeadspaceDance and Vincent Dance Theatre.

Choreographed by Antonia Grove in collaboration with 3Fall Dance Company, Iconograph was originally choreographed in a rigid grid structure due to the pandemic and explores a graph-like structure to the space. With these grids now removed, the linear structure still remains with the dancers performing on stage as if it's a canvas, painting the space with solos portraying an iconic character. These identities ranged from people like: Martin Luther King, Frida Kahlo, Marina Abramavić, Judy Garland, Quentin Tarantino, Sacagawea and David Bowie, to name a few.


amy morvell - no clocking off

Amy Morvell is a dance artist based in the South of England and an Associate Artist of The Point 19/20. Amy is the Artistic Director of Morvell Dance produced by Lîla Dance. Through Lîla Dance's support Amy successfully received Arts Council funding and created her production Turtle Dove. The work has since been toured to theatre venues across the UK and internationally to Abundance International Dance Festival - Sweden. Since Turtle Dove Amy has gone on to create her outdoor work Nice to Meet You and her dance films The Lockdown Moving Images Series.

Alongside dancing in her own work, Amy also dances professionally for companies; Lila Dance in The Hotel Experience and rehearsal direct their outdoor work My Bit, Ella&co (Ella Fleetwood) in #NoFilter, Wessex Company in PRANA (Laila Delalio & Hannah Martin-Reilly) & Katie Dale Everett Dance's Empa, CAJ COLLAB as part of Dance Reading Festival, Nikki Watson & Ashley Peevor's in The Lost Opera.

No Clocking Off jumps between our thoughts, our dreams, and our reality. In a year that has been like no other, the work explores the chaos that has surrounded us seen through the eyes of those who cannot clock off.