Email: connect@surfacearea.org.uk

Engagement

“It has been wonderful to connect with the work that Nicole Vivien Watson and Paul Miller are leading. Since the BA Performance programme was launched in 2015 as the first dedicated conservatoire training in the UK for deaf performers we have appreciated this relationship and the opportunity it gives us to share knowledge and practice.  We were delighted to be invited to the performance of ‘Where our Roots are Planted’ and to take part in a workshop with International artist Antoine Hunter.   It is so important for our students to connect with deaf artists and to find out about their pathways into the industry and how they approach the work they are developing.  We are incredibly grateful to Nicole and Paul and look forward to an ongoing relationship”.

Claire LamontHead of BA Performance in BSL & English

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

THE MUD FORMED A FINGER, POINTED & RAFT

By Nicole Watson | Nov 5, 2017

THE MUD FORMED A FINGER, POINTED & RAFT   8th of December 17, at CCA: GLASGOW https://www.cca-glasgow.com/programme/surface-area-dance-theatre-the-mud-formed-a-finger-pointed-raft   20th of December 17, at  WORKPLACE GATESHEAD http://www.workplacegallery.co.uk/events/65/    Two live 20-30 minute performances with a 30 minute intermission. The Mud Formed A Finger, Pointed explores creation myth and Messy Play, while Raft is a navigation of…

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伯父 UNCLE

By Nicole Watson | Jun 16, 2017

伯父 UNCLE offers audiences an intimate and personal insight into the Butoh world. Yoshito Ohno gifted the waistcoat, exhibited in the center – point of the room, to Nicole after their reunion in Yokohama, at the Kazuo Ohno Dance Studio in 2016. The waistcoat’s skillful craftsmanship and modest design are emblematic of the qualities that…

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International Collaboration with the NY Butoh Institute

By Nicole Watson | Jun 4, 2017

Surface Area Dance Theatre’s 10th Anniversary Celebration is fast approaching and as part of the evening, Vangeline founder of the New York Butoh Institute will perform the reimagining of Project Godie – Firstly performed at All Saint’s Church, Newcastle upon Tyne, on the 12 and 13 of August 2016. “I am thrilled and honored to have…

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