Workshop with Eddie Kay


Sunday 25th March 12pm – 4pm

Price: €10

A movement workshop aimed at interrogating habitual and poetic expression of text to uncover the physical voice that moves within, to discover broad compositions and the unsaid with the body

Eddie studied at London Contemporary Dance School and Northern School of Contemporary Dance. He then taught and performed for four years in rural south-west England with Attic Dance Company. As a Movement Director, Eddie’s theatre credits include: All’s Well That Ends Well (The Globe), Katie Roche (The Abbey Theatre), Let the Right One In (The Abbey Theatre), Fatherland (Frantic Assembly), The Blue Boy, Have I No Mouth (Brokentalkers); Smiler (National Theatre of Scotland); Crash Test Human (freshness); The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning (National Theatre of Wales); Dead Born Grow (National Youth Theatre of Wales); Bromance (Bare Methodical Troupe, The Pass (The Royal Court); Othello (Frantic Assembly); Scuttlers (Manchester Royal Exchange).

As an Associate Movement Director, Eddie’s credits include: Once (West End production); The Believers (Frantic Assembly). Eddie’s dance and theatre credits include: Cost of Living, To Be Straight With You (DV8); Hymns, Dirty Wonderland, Othello, Beautiful Burnout (Frantic Assembly); Knots, As You Are, Faun (CoisCéim); Bird With boy, Five Ways to Drown, The Falling Song (Junk Ensemble); Track (Brokentalkers). His opera credits include: Dr Dee (Rufus Norris and Damon Albarn) and his film credits include: Cost of Living (DV8) Films; Round 10 (Channel4) and Motion Sickness (Jessica Kennedy and John McIlduff).