Having trained in both Performing Arts and Dance collaborative practice is paramount to Zoë’s work: Forging links through collaborative creative networks in regional, national and international contexts enrichens the shared experience of devising. Keen to explore breath, rhythm, vocal scores and text within future work, Zoë also acknowledges that the content of a work is determined through a sensitive & intuitive honesty during an intensive creative period.
In addition to Dance Ahead Zoë works as Programme Leader in BA(Hons) Performing Arts and a senior lecturer in dance & physical theatre at the University of Cumbria in Carlisle, UK.
Adam has created works that have toured to platforms such as Turn in Manchester and festivals including Agitart in Figueres, Spain. His teaching experience is varied working with children, students, adults and older people.
Most recently Adam has been working as a dancer for Darren Pritchard for Body of Light a dance and technology work, which recently toured to Guernsey for TEDx St Peter Port. He has also worked for Ballet LORENT based in Newcastle. Previous training includes Northern School of Contemporary Dance and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
Whilst working proficiently within all areas of this profession Anthony is always keen to develop new skills. Anthony worked in collaboration with Dance Ahead on #HiddenSpaces in 2015 as a placement opportunity and now joins the team as Technical Manager on their latest production The Glass House.
Anthony has learnt key skills within technology and music which enhances knowledge to understand the workings of the industry and all the components within. Previous work with many professionals in the theatre and entertainment industries, allows him to possess in depth understanding of the interdisciplinary nature of components coming together to create a spectacle production to audiences in entertainment.