68 – 84 Chisenhale Road, London, E3 5QZContacts: Bryony Kimmings FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE020 89810 66...
Oh So Totally Rad/Page 2Vaughn and Nicholas McArthur of The Dancing Plague of 1518, AndrewGraham, Hunt & Darton, Iona Kewn...
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CDS Press Release - Oh So Totally Rad!

A press release I wrote during my internship at Chisenhale Dance Space in London, England. This particular press release resulted in a article in the Guardian newspaper, the Sunday Observer and in Time Out London.
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Transcripts - CDS Press Release - Oh So Totally Rad!

  • 1. 68 – 84 Chisenhale Road, London, E3 5QZContacts: Bryony Kimmings FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE020 89810 6617 June 6, 2011bryony@chisenhaledancespace.co.ukMegan Fingert020 89810 6617mail@chisenhaledancespace.co.ukLONDON— On June 19, 2011, Chisenhale Dance Space and JosephMercier will present their co production, “Oh So Totally Rad,” a day ofperformances, encounters and discussions celebrating and highlightingartists who are not represented by formal venue structures and who dareto challenge norms and break through boundaries in art, dance, musicand film. The event will run from 3-7p.m. and will be located at ChisenhaleDance Space, 64-84 Chisenhale Road, London, E3 5QZ. Tickets areavailable for purchase for £10 via phone (020 8980 9323) and will beavailable at the door.The day also includes a panel discussion featuring Andy Field (ForestFringe) and Martin Hargreaves (Dance Theatre Journal.) Featured artistsinclude Trio Collective, Joseph Mercier, Andrew Hardwidge , Robert -more-
  • 2. Oh So Totally Rad/Page 2Vaughn and Nicholas McArthur of The Dancing Plague of 1518, AndrewGraham, Hunt & Darton, Iona Kewney, Daniel Sommerville, and manymore.Chisenhale Dance Space is a home for experimentation in dance andperformance. Situated in the heart of Tower Hamlets for over 30 years thisartist led space is responsive to the needs of individual practitioners andthe local community. True to its roots, Chisenhale Dance Space continuesto challenge perceptions and understandings of what dance andperformance can be. ###

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