Tag Archive for Anjali

Melissa D’Amico

Melissa trained in dance until the age of eighteen before graduating from Lancaster University with an English Literature degree. She worked on the Arts and books pages of the Financial Times before moving into film and TV production. TV/Film credits include: BBC1’s The Big Questions with Nicky Campbell, Channel 4’s Dispatches, the Discovery Channel’s Kings of Construction, BBC2’s Uncharted Territory,…

Josh Tomalin

Josh is a lighting designer and photographer for dance and theatre. Recent designs include works for Experiential Dance (Bridging the Void), Johnny & The Baptists (30 Xmases), Anuradha Chaturvedi (Antaraal), Joss Arnott (When Worlds Collide) and Sharon Watson (And Still I Walk). Upcoming designs include The Pirate Cruncher for Goat + Monkey.  Josh was awarded a 2006…

Bethany Edwards

Bethany trained at London Contemporary Dance School and graduated with a First. She works as a performer and teacher, exploring improvisation and physical theatre practices. She produces, creates and performs as a founding member of The Yonis, a Collective formed at London Contemporary Dance School in 2017 which encourages female creativity. Their work has been…

Rebecca Randall

Rebecca is a Dancer, Choreographer, Teacher, Facilitator and Creative Producer. She specialises in contemporary dance and physical theatre and has performed in works created by, among others, Nigel Charnock, Yael Flexer and Rosie Kay. She has performed in theatres, community centres, hospitals, schools, festival tents, in city centres and at the top of mountains. Her…

Ceri Brierley

Ceri is an Independent Producer who specialises in audience development and dance. Alongside her work with Anjali her current portfolio includes ATMA Dance, Made by Katie Green, Pell Ensemble, Stuff & Nonsense Theatre Company and Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah. Ceri sits on the board of NEW Dance, the dance development organisation for North East…

Nicole Thomson – Artistic Director

Nicole founded Anjali Dance Company in 1995 to showcase the creative potential of people with learning disabilities and give them, for the first time, opportunities in contemporary dance training and education. Her ambition to create professional-standard dance of the highest quality performed by learning-disabled dancers has led to Anjali gaining national and international recognition. Nicole…

samples galore

However hard he threw himself onto his right, he always rolled back to where he was. He must have tried it a hundred times, shut his eyes so that he wouldn’t have to look at the floundering legs, and only stopped when he began to feel a mild, dull pain there that he had never…