Recent Press Quotes
“There are too few choreographers prepared to tackle meaningful issues in physical theatre and fewer still who are capable of making such works deserving of the dance description.” London Dance
“…this engaging, unsettling piece not only distils abstract ideas into sharply visceral imagery, but offers a moving account of what it means to be human” The Guardian
UK FILM PREMIERE
Sunshine on Leith, choreographed by Rosie Kay premiered in the UK on the 4th October
Rosie Kay Dance Company nominated as Best Independent Dance Company by the National Dance Awards, Critics Circle 2012.
Rosie Kay has become the first choreographer appointed as Artist in Residence at the University of Oxford’s School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography. Kay’s residency is funded by the prestigious Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residence grant, which has been awarded to the School. More information HERE. January 2013
Rosie Kay Dance Company creates performance works that tour the UK and Internationally. Renowned for their intelligent content, athletic technical precision and outstanding new ideas, the company has built a solid reputation for cutting edge dance theatre.
The mission for the company is to constantly evolve and find new ways of making works, to question what dance can explore in subject matter and to thrill and surprise audiences with new ideas. The company believes dance has the power to transform- through watching dance, participation in dance and through dance in education.
Dance has the power to transform the way we see, they way we think and the way we feel.