Previous works include:
- 2003: Coats and Plays
Choreographed by Jacky Lansley.
Performed by Gareth Farley, Jacky Lansley and Lucy Tuck.
First private performance at the Dance Research Studio in December 2002,
premiered at The Place Theatre in January 2003, and a short residency at
The Pegasus Theatre, Oxford, in February 2003.
- 2001: Bird.
Choreographed and written by Lansley, with music by composer Philip Howard
and costume design by Nina Ayres.
Performed by Sonia Ritter, Fergus Early, Kevin Pamplin and third year dance
and performance students from King Alfred's College, Winchester who performed
the role of ‘The Chorus'. Premiered at The South Bank Centre in March
2001, followed by a short UK tour. Funded by Southern Arts and King Alfred's
- 1998: Through The Fire
A short documentary film concerning research into Michel Fokine's ballet The Firebird. Funded by a Robin Howard Foundation award. Directed by Jacky Lansley with film maker Tamara MacLachlan. Performers: Vincent Ebrahim, Fergus Early, Cris Cheek, Luke Burroughs.
- 1998/99: Do My Shoes Reflect The Quality Of My
Devised and choreographed by Jacky Lansley.
A one woman ‘lecture' performance exploring dichotomies between theory and practice, and the space between text and body. Part of the 'Rough Magic' performance season at the University of North London, and UK tour of academic institutions.
- 1997: L'Autre
Choreographed and directed by Jacky Lansley, with costume design by Paul
Minter, music arrangement by Philip Howard.
A duet for dancer and pianist,
inspired by Michel Fokine's Petrouchka. Performed by Philip Howard
as 'The Pianist' and Jacky Lansley. Premiered at The Place Theatre
as part of 'The Singular Voice of Woman' concert.
'...this piece hovers excitingly between theatre and dance and exists in a present infused by a premonition of what is about to become history. In love and in war. It is a great contribution by the consummate choreographer, Jacky Lansley.'
Yana Stajno on Coats and Plays
'Bird unfolds on a stylish stage... more elegant still is Lansley's weaving of history into the choreography...'
Guardian on Bird
'The show is sufficiently strange and wondrous to suggest – in
a modest way – the true originality of its distant model (Fokine's
Better still it's amusing and beautifully performed...
...Bird was bursting with detail, erudition and droll humour.'
Independent on Sunday on Bird
© Jacky Lansley 2017
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EPISODE FROM BY RIVER AND WHARF (1977)
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