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Professional Class: Kerry Biggin

Kerry teaches a Cunningham influenced class, focusing on articulation and clarity of movement. The class begins with exercises building strength, co ordination and technique. This builds to choreographic phrases that play on the contrast between sculptural movement and dynamic shifts using weight, breath, change of direction and shifting in space. Drawing from her experience with New Adventures there is an emphasis on performance practice throughout.

SWAN LAKE WORKSHOP with Kerry Biggin (5th-6th December)
Delve into the company’s signature style that has delighted millions worldwide. Thrilling, audacious, witty and emotional, Swan Lake is perhaps still best known for replacing the female corps-de-ballet with a menacing male ensemble, which shattered conventions, turned tradition upside down and took the dance world by storm. Book here

No class on Monday 03 December

  • You will have access to The Old Library from 10:15.
  • For safety reasons, we cannot admit participants after 10.40am, or when the class reaches maximum capacity.
4–6 December 2018
Charlton House
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Kerry Moving
Photo by Alicia Clarke

Class tutor

Kerry Biggin

Kerry has been a dancer for Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures for 16 years, performing principle roles in many shows including Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Swan Lake, Edward Scissorhands, Town and Country, Infernal Galop, The Car Man, Highland Fling and Nutcracker! She has been rehearsal director for a number of productions and is now Resident Artist for the company, most recently re-staging the 2018/19 production of Swan Lake.
Kerry has also danced for Michael Clark, Phoenix Dance, Scottish dance theatre, Neville Campbell, Kerry Nicholls and the artist Martin Creed and has also been rehearsal director for James Cousins Dance.
As Resident Artist Kerry leads on creating and delivering a wide variety of projects for New Adventures and teaches in Dance establishments across the UK and internationally.