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November 2017  Lovely to see these “Goat” from Rambert reviews coming in:

“Then we have Goat…. A slinky and seductive dessert. Choreographer Ben Duke has created a work that is part theatre, part gig, part performance poetry as well as being unquestionably dance…..this is dance that grabs you by the shoulders, refuses to let you look away, and leaves you with a mischievous wink, wishing for more.” The Wee review

“The final performance, Goat, is a multimedia showstopper. It is hilarious, disturbing and breathtakingly brilliant…..” EdinburghGuide.com

“However, by far the standout piece of the evening was Goat… it was both humorous and heart breaking at the same time. a refreshing introduction to the many ways dance can surprise the audience and push itself to new limits…” Youngperspective.net

Catch the show in London on the 21st to 25th November.

October 2017  We’re getting ready to take Paradise Lost back on the road: 1st December at Manton Village Hall, Rutland, LE15 8SU; and the 2nd December, Tutbury Village Hall, Staffordshire, DE13 9NA. Hope to see some of you there. http://www.liveandlocal.org.uk/EventDetails.cfm?EventID=5177

September 2017    Ben is delighted to be back in the Rambert studios co-creating a new work: “Goat”. Darkly funny and deeply moving, “Goat” dissects the pleasure and pain of performing. The work is inspired by the music and spirit of Nina Simone, with a selection of her best-loved songs performed live on stage by jazz singer Nia Lynn. For more info and tickets see http://www.rambert.org.uk/performances/new-ben-duke/

August 2017 We’re looking for an skilled web designer to help us design and build a fabulous new Lost Dog Website. Please email tessa (at) lostdogdance (dot) co.uk for teh full brief.

July 2017 Do join us for a sneak peek in Lost Dog’s new 2018 show: “Juliet and Romeo’s Guide to Long Life and Happy Marriage” which will open on Valentine’s Day 2018. You’re warmly welcomed to join us for an early studio-stye sharing of some of our early investigations into the new work. Join us at Ovalhouse on the 25th and 26th July.  http://www.ovalhouse.com/…/juliet-and-romeos-work-in-progre…

June 2017 We are also delighted that Paradise Lost (lies unopened besides me) won the “Award for the Most Inspiring and Imaginative” show at the Rural Touring Arts Awards last week. Many thanks to all those generous hearted promoters and villages that we’ve worked with as we’ve travel this land touring the show.

September 25 2016 Our 2016 Spring Tour has come to an end and we’re getting ready for Autumn. Exciting venues all around the UK as well as in Europe and our first time on the road for Rural Touring! To see if we’re coming to a village hall near you click here

May 5th 2016 Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) nominated for the South Bank Sky Arts Award. ‘I am delighted that Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) has been nominated for a South Bank Sky Arts Award. To be on a list of artists that includes Benjamin Clementine has made my year…” – Ben Duke For full info click here

South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2016 We are thrilled to be nominated for the South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2016 in the category of Dance for our work Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me)! To hear Ben Duke’s reaction, check out our NewsFlash! page. Visit our Lost Dog Schedule to see where Paradise Lost is next on its 2016 Spring Tour!

Thank you to British Dance Edition 2016 We have just returned from a thrilling week in Cardiff with inspiring performances from many artists and dance companies. Alongside them, we performed Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) as a launch for our spring tour. Thank you to everyone who came and supported this performance and if you missed it in Cardiff then take a look at our schedule page to see if we are performing near you.

Lost Dog is seeking a Producer (Maternity Cover) and Tour Manager for 2016 Lost Dog is seeking two enthusiastic and talented individuals to join them in 2016 as Producer and Tour Manager. Full details are included in the application packs here: Producer (Maternity Cover) Tour Manager Deadline to apply for both jobs is Wednesday 6 January 2016, 5pm.

 

      • Paradise Lost on Tour, November dates There are just 3 more opportunities to catch Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) this year. We’ll be at The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford on 19 November and at the Bush Theatre, London on 20 & 21 November as part of RADAR in a double bill with Blank by the acclaimed writer Nassim Soleimanpour. Come and see what the Independent called “a charming and very funny show.” For full details visit our schedule page and to see what all the critics thought check out some of our amazing reviews on our press page.

 

      • Paradise Lost kicks off its autumn tour We are delighted to announce our autumn tour which kicks off on 18 & 19 September in a beautiful hay barn in East Sussex, complete with a bar and BBQ provided by the local pub. For full details including how to book tickets, take a look at our schedule page

 

      • Thank you Edinburgh Fringe Festival We have just returned from an incredible month in Edinburgh where we presented 22 performances of Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) at the wonderful Summerhall. Thank you to everyone who came along and made the shows such a huge success. Check out our press page to see some of our fantastic 5 star reviews and if you missed it in Edinburgh then take a look at our schedule page to see where we are touring to this autumn.

 

      • Paradise Lost shortlisted for Total Theatre Awards We are super excited and delighted that we have been shortlisted for the Total Theatre Awards in the Innovation, Experimentation and Playing with Form category with our work Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) which is currently being presented at the Edinburgh Fringe.

 

      • Edinburgh Fringe – What do you risk? Ben Duke writes about the biggest risk of taking work to the Edinburgh Fringe in South East Dance’s monthly newsletter which you can find here.

 

      • Turn to the pigs for inspiration Lost Dog’s Ben Duke has written something brilliant for the Guardian Theatre Blog about life as a choreographer in the country. You can find it here.

 

      • Rehearsal & Residency Space Available in East Sussex Near Brighton. Natural light. Horses outside. Area of dance floor 8m by 12m. Simple lighting rig and good sound equipment. Also suitable for residencies, 6 guest rooms available with bathroom and kitchen facilities. Contact info@lostdogdance.co.uk for more information.


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