Three & Four Quarters is HeadSpaceDance’s debut work and it receives its world premiere at the Linbury Studio Theatre, ROH2. Broom and Akrill are joined by Clemmie Sveaas to perform newly commissioned pieces by choreographers Javier de Frutos, Luca Silvestrini and Didy Veldman. The evening culminates in the 1991 duet Light Beings by Mats Ek, which he has reworked specially for the company.

Curated by Charlotte Broom and Christopher Akrill.

Designs by Fabrice Serafino

Lighting Design by Simon Bennison

HeadSpaceDance, 2012

“A superb evening of panache, personality, standard and style. High production values from set designer Fabrice Serafino, lighting specialist Simon Bennison and everyone involved. Great value for money.”
British Theatre Guide

“ It as an evening of talent in every department. Fabrice Serafino’s no-fuss costumes escape the blandness inherent in contemporary casual, bringing couture class to dancewear with a heightened sense of colours, shape and texture.” Dance Europe

“It’s not often you’re in at the birth of a company (Michael Clark, DV8) who may just change the landscape…Their first show (with new commissions by Javier De Frutos, Luca Silvestrini and Didy Veldman and a reworking of a duet by Mats Ek from 1991) is funny and touching and very accessible, demystifying much of the jargon around ballet…”
The Evening Standard

“Studies in M” by Javier De Frutos

photo by John Ross

“In the skin I’m In 1” by Didy Veldman

photo by Urban Jörén

“In the skin I’m In 2” by Didy Veldman

photo by Urban Jörén

“After the Interval” by Luca Silvestrini

photo by Urban Jörén

“Light Beings” by Mats Ek

photo by John Ross