Last Yearz Interesting Negro, aka Jamila Johnson-Small, is one of the new generation of British dance provocateurs working with an instinct for the offbeat, a feeling for the friction that lies between things, and an insistence on putting pleasure over doing things right.
In her latest choreography i Ride in Colour and Soft Focus, no longer anywhere, she engages the idea of multiple voices and conversations existing in one body. These physical, visual and audio stories are constantly forming and reforming in a dense hybrid narrative that re-imagines what it is to be present. The piece has its first outing in Dance Umbrella.
“Agile, fast, strong – a fierce pleasure to watch” - Diva Magazine (about Project O)TRAILER CONTAINS FLASHING IMAGES.
To book access ticket please call the Rich Mix Box Office on 020 7613 7498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rich Mix is fully accessible.
The main entrance on Bethnal Green Road is ramped and lifts inside give access to all levels in the venue. Rich Mix have accessible toilets located in reception, first floor cinema concessions area, the fourth floor where theatre spaces are located and in the cinema block there is one located on the second floor.
All disabled toilets have Radar locks fitted, please ask at box office for the key.
The Rich Mix box office has an induction loops for guests who are hard of hearing. Visitors with hearing aids can make use of this facility by switching their hearing aid to the 'T' position.
Choreographer / Director Jamila Johnson-Small
Presented by Dance Umbrella in partnership with Rich Mix
SUN 9 OCTMEET THE ARTISTPOST-SHOW TALK
RT @ClareVFarrow: Fantastic #JamilaJohnsonSmall's work @DanceUmbrellaUK @RichMixLondon last night - mesmerising with a clear, strong voice…
RT @JonniAromaa: What a sovereign artist in her own right I enjoyed Thank you #JamiliaJohnsonSmall @DanceUmbrellaUK