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Numeridanse 2013 - Director : Reed, Jonny

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse

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Folk you

Numeridanse 2013 - Director : Reed, Jonny

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse

en fr

Folk you

A subversion of traditional folk; looping hand, body and vocal percussion, the video was filmed at the Adelaide fringe and has been selected for film festivals around the world.


Source: Up and over it


More information: www.upandoverit.com

Reed, Jonny

Up and Over it

We  are Suzanne Cleary (Cork, Ireland) and Peter Harding (Cardiff, Wales)  and we first met on the competitive Irish dance circuit accumulating,  World, North American, All Scotland and Great British  championship titles. We later joined Riverdance  (UK, Europe, New Zealand, principal understudies; US Tour, Broadway),  going on to perform in numerous Irish dance productions before  premiering as Up & Over It in our five-star Edinburgh Fringe show in 2009. 

Since  then we've presented work at dance festivals and theatres around the  world, while choreographing work for stage and television. We've enjoyed  success from our continuing collaboration with Welsh producer and video  artist Jonny Reed, with over 12 million views online, alongside film  selections for international festivals. In 2010, we went viral with a  dance short filmed in our living room and have since appeared on chat  shows, commercials and on the global Got Talent franchise.

We're  also a regular fixture on the cabaret and circus scene with shows such  as the award-winning RIOT (Dublin), the Olivier-winning La Soirée (Roundhouse, Sydney Opera House and Montreal Completement Cirque), the legendary Crazy Horse (Paris, Geneva, London), the perennial Palazzo (Berlin, Hamburg, Vienna)  and Spiegelworld’s Rose.Rabbit.Lie (Las Vegas).

In 2015 our dance show for young people and their families, Into the Water,  was commissioned and produced by Coreo Cymru in partnership with Theatr  Iolo. Originally presented as a work in progress at the Wales Dance  Platform 2015, the full-length piece has since toured the UK, Ireland  and China and was selected for Wales in Edinburgh 2016, British Dance  Edition 2016 and the international Children’s Festival, Imaginate, 2017.

We are both qualified dance teachers.


Source: Up and over it


More information: www.upandoverit.com

Folk you

Choreography : Suzanne Cleary, Peter Harding

Interpretation : Suzanne Cleary, Peter Harding

Production / Coproduction of the video work : Jonny Reed

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