embodies a culture of spirited resistance to the status quo
— Nicholas Minns, writingaboutdance.com
 

ABOUT US

THE SWALLOWSFEET COLLECTIVE
6 ARTISTS, CHOREOGRAPHERS AND PERFORMERS,
4 NATIONALITIES, LIVING AND WORKING IN 6 DIFFERENT CITIES.


L-R Gordon D Raeburn, Rosa Firbank, Harriet Parker Beldeau,  Jessica Miller, Sivan Rubinstein, Jessica Haener

L-R Gordon D Raeburn, Rosa Firbank, Harriet Parker Beldeau,  Jessica Miller, Sivan Rubinstein, Jessica Haener

THE COLLECTIVE: MEMBERS


 the collective: festival hosts


THE COLLECTIVE: COLLECTIONS

eclectic dance works
from the swallowsfeet Collective

SHOWCASED AT
Brighton Youth centre (May 15)
THE SPIRE (MAY 16)
SALLIS BENNEY THEATRe, SUPPORTED by University of Brighton (MAY 17)

A 'collection' of our individual choreographic voices; presented in one event.
Six original works from each member of the collective and our collaborators. Next dates for Collections to be announced.  


photo credit: Sophie Newton

photo credit: Sophie Newton

The Collective proved that, beyond their abilities to put on a dance festival, they themselves are a force to be reckoned with choreographically.
— (Francesca Willow, Critic)
The nice thing about good dance is that you can rest easy in personal interpretations, without worrying whether you’ve got it ‘right’”
”do see them – inventive contemporary dance, always.
— (Bill Parslow, FringeGuru)


the colLective: MAKERS

 Premiere of Schlepping at Swallowsfeet2015, The Old Market Theatre 

 Premiere of Schlepping at Swallowsfeet2015, The Old Market Theatre 

Schlepping (2015 - present)
 

A work that steps, skips and trips.
Featuring folk, funk and Fleetwood Mac. 
Performed and devised by The Swallowsfeet Collective. 

Created in residency at Le Glacier (Brussels), Sussex Downs College (Lewes) Jessiman Dance (Huntly)