Siobhan Davies Studios

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Siobhan Davies Dance is one of the country’s most outstanding and innovative dance companies and choreographer Siobhan Davies advocates for the wider recognition of dance as a significant and extraordinary art form. The Company’s RIBA award-winning building, Siobhan Davies Studios in Southwark, South London, provides a local, national and international resource for learning about movement and dance, and a meeting ground to discuss new ideas. It presents a varied programme of events, performances, talks, artists’ sharings and visual art exhibitions.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Artist studio or collective

Opening hours

Mon - Thurs, 9.00 - 22.00
Fri - Sat, 10.00 - 17.00
Sun, 9.00 - 20.00

Admission charges

Free

Additional info

Our kitchen is available for public use.

We also have two public computers with free internet access.

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Katye Coe

Katye Coe: As I Begin

  • 2 June 2018 4-8pm

Here Coe invites experts from dance and other areas to discuss her concern with the concept of 'surrender' as a bodily, spiritual and metaphysical phenomenon.

Torchlight Artist:
Katye Coe: As I Begin
Sat 2 Jun, 4pm
Siobhan Davies Studios
Free, booking advised

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Katye Coe is a Torchlight Artist 2018/19 at Siobhan Davies Dance, produced by Siobhan Davies Dance in collaboration with Dance4 and Sadler's Wells.

The Torchlight Artists Programme foregrounds artists’ research in dance and choreography. For a year, each artist will focus on a topic at the core of their practice, deepening and expanding their investigation with the support of our resources and networks. The artists will instigate encounters and events to feed their research and share with our audiences, colleagues and communities. We aim to promote learning for all about dance and choreography’s capacity for deep, wide-ranging inquiry.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Where

Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St George's Road
London
England
SE1 6ER

Getting there

Wherever possible we encourage any visitors to make the most of the excellent public transport and cycle networks to get to our Studios. We are committed to protecting the environment and by making the most of the travel advice listed below will reduce our environmental impact and your journey time.

Cycling/Santander Cycle Hire

There are two docking stations near our Studios - on Geraldine Street, and St George's Road between Garden Row and Gaywood Street.

there are good cycle routes to and from Elephant and Castle and our Studios. Visit the Transport for London website to help plan your cycle route to our Studios. Additionally, we provide an area to the side of our building for visitors to lock their bikes securely while at the Studios.

By public transport

Follow directions to the Imperial War Museum.

Nearest tube: Elephant & Castle, London South Bank University exit.

By bus: All to Elephant & Castle: 12, 53, 148, 344, 360, 453 or C10 to Imperial War Museum

We are also walking distance from Lambeth North and Waterloo stations.

Accessibility
Our building is also accessible to disabled visitors and wheelchair users. If you have any specific access requirements, please call Reception on 0207 091 9650 and we will be happy to discuss how to accomodate requests.

Admission

Free, booking advised

Website

http://www.siobhandavies.com/whats-on/talks-events/torchlight-artist-katye-coe-i-begin/

Open Choreography Performance Evening Image courtesy of Rosalie Wahlfrid-Shaw

Open Choreography Performance Evening

  • 15 June 2018 7:30-10pm

This evening features works at various stages in their development by Elise Nuding, Sara Ruddock and Rosalie Wahlfrid-Shaw. The works being presented share an interest in the relation between movement and sound.

Open Choreography Performance Evening
Fri 15 Jun, 7.30pm
£12 / £8 conc (plus booking fees)

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More information about featured artists and performances coming soon

For more information contact enquiries@siobhandavies.com or call 0207 0919 650.

Concessions are available for full–time students (with valid NUS or ISIC cards), assistants or professional carers of people with disabilities and those who are receiving Universal Credit, Pension Credit or Disability Living allowance.

Our Open Choreography programme gives artists residency and performance opportunities that also invite wider audiences to experience and be part of the making process through open rehearsals, discussions and workshops.

Where

Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St George's Road
London
SE1 6ER

Getting there

Wherever possible we encourage any visitors to make the most of the excellent public transport and cycle networks to get to our Studios. We are committed to protecting the environment and by making the most of the travel advice listed below will reduce our environmental impact and your journey time.

Cycling/Santander Cycle Hire

There are two docking stations near our Studios - on Geraldine Street, and St George's Road between Garden Row and Gaywood Street.

there are good cycle routes to and from Elephant and Castle and our Studios. Visit the Transport for London website to help plan your cycle route to our Studios. Additionally, we provide an area to the side of our building for visitors to lock their bikes securely while at the Studios.

By public transport

Follow directions to the Imperial War Museum.

Nearest tube: Elephant & Castle, London South Bank University exit.

By bus: All to Elephant & Castle: 12, 53, 148, 344, 360, 453 or C10 to Imperial War Museum

We are also walking distance from Lambeth North and Waterloo stations.

Admission

£12 / £8 conc (plus booking fees)

Website

http://www.siobhandavies.com/whats-on/performance/open-choreography-performance-evening-summer-2018/

Dancing Museums at Grand Palais, Paris. Photo by Rudolphe Jouxtel

Doing Day: Futureproof with Lucy Suggate

  • 17 June 2018 11am-4pm

Can we prepare for the future by embracing movement, dance and vibration? For our next Doing Day dance artist Lucy Suggate invites you to experiment with the particular clarity that arises when in a deep state of dance-movement. Work with Suggate to rethink the individual through solo dancing and work as a group to reflect on collective intelligence.

Doing Day: Futureproof
With Lucy Suggate
Sun 17 Jun, 11am-4pm
Siobhan Davies Studios
£25 / £20 conc (plus booking fees)

Click here to book your place now

No previous dance or choreographic experience required to take part.

For more information contact enquiries@siobhandavies.com or call 0207 0919 650.

Concessions are available for full–time students (with valid NUS or ISIC cards), assistants or professional carers of people with disabilities and those who are receiving Universal Credit, Pension Credit or Disability Living allowance.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

£25 / £20 conc (plus booking fees)

Website

http://www.siobhandavies.com/whats-on/workshops/doing-day-futureproof-lucy-suggate/

Photo by Gorm Ashurst

How does the city move you?: On Bodies, Identity and Urban Design

  • 30 June 2018 12:30-7:30pm

Theatrum Mundi and Siobhan Davies Dance present an afternoon bringing researchers and practitioners from urbanism and dance into dialogue. The event explores how choreographic thinking could inform urban design and planning, broadening our understanding of the relationships between bodies, movement and the city.

The event includes performance, workshops, debate and experimentation with artists and researchers, including sociologist Richard Sennett, choreographers Siobhan Davies and Adesola Akinleye, and engineer Ellie Cosgrave (UCL Engineering).

Presented in partnership between Siobhan Davies Dance and Theatrum Mundi, as part of the ongoing research project Choreographing the City, carried out in collaboration with UCL’s City Leadership Laboratory.

Full details of guest speakers and performers coming soon.

How does the city move you?: On Bodies, Identity and Urban Design
Sat 30 Jun, 12.30pm-7.30pm
£10 / £6 conc (plus booking fees)

Click here to book you place

For more information contact enquiries@siobhandavies.com or call 0207 0919 650.

Concessions are available for full–time students (with valid NUS or ISIC cards), assistants or professional carers of people with disabilities and those who are receiving Universal Credit, Pension Credit or Disability Living allowance.

Admission

£10 / £6 conc (plus booking fees)

Website

http://www.siobhandavies.com/whats-on/talks-events/how-does-city-move-you-bodies-identity-and-urban-d/

Photo Gibson / Martelli

Reality Remix: Prototype Play

  • 28 July 2018 2-5pm

Join a team of artists, designers and a choreographer to explore prototype technologies in mixed, virtual and augmented reality for experimentation with movement and performance.

Reality Remix: Prototype Play
Sat 28 Jul, 2pm—5pm
Siobhan Davies Studios
Free, drop-in

For more information about this project visit www.gibsonmartelli.com/SpacePlace

This salon concludes Reality Remix an AHRC/EPSRC Next Generation of Immersive Experiences Award project supporting the development of early stage research partnerships that explore the creation of new immersive experiences addressing key themes: Memory, Place and Performance. With support from Coventry University, Abertay University, Ravensbourne, AdsReality and the British Council.

Admission

Free, drop-in

Website

http://www.siobhandavies.com/whats-on/workshops/reality-remix-prototype-play/

Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St. George's Road
London
Greater London
SE1 6ER
England

Website

www.siobhandavies.com

E-mail

General enquiries

info@siobhandavies.com

Telephone

020 7091 9650

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