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A short dance and music piece exploring the differences between the ‘old’reptilian brain and the ‘new’ frontal brain.
Two groups of children, one from New Orleans and one from Hackney, London, embark on a dance exchange over The Atlantic.
A snapshot of the director’s Hackney street told through the people and dances that occupy each house.
A young boy (the director’s son) dances his heart out on Hackney marshes, free from inhibitions as only a child can be.
Developed Choreography of previous Table Dance. Filmed specifically for requirements of installation.
An animation inspired by the dynamics of the mind – more specifically the symbiosis of thoughts and emotions and their transformation into moving shapes and forms.
Performed at The Clapton Festival. A dance to the tune of The Clapton Walk. Hattie collaborated with musicians Nik Paravatos and Jo Cang to create a new updated version of The Lambeth Walk for Clapton.
A pantomime dance therapy class where the audience was encouraged to allow themselves to really express their feelings through the medium of heartbreak and anger dances!
A development of Nell’s Resume saw five dancers, or ‘passengers’ lulled into a nostalgic contemplation by the movement of the train.
A humorous take on the late stages of pregnancy.
Based on The Chymical Wedding, by Lindsay Clarke this dance-film spectacle was performed in the faded glory of the glass-domed top floor of a 1940’s abandoned department store in central Brussels.
Five dancers perform a piece based on the concept of packaging and it’s ability to deceive and mislead people.
Site-specific piece of five short dances over two floors of a large warehouse accompanied by a live eclectic four-piece band.
Liberty Express has launched a Kickstarter to help fund our next project in Lesvos.
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