What to Watch
This week's videos have all been created during lockdown.
Finding Creativity in a Crisis
1. Moving Through a Pandemic - A Financial Times collaboration with Sadler's Wells
World renowned dancers in Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg, Kansas City and London respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, in an FT collaboration with Sadler's Wells. Danced by Angyil McNeal, German Cornejo & Gisella Galeassi, Gregory Maqoma, La Chana, Matthew Ball; Music 'Homelands' by Nitin Sawhney.
Inspired by Nature
2. Birmingham Royal Ballet - Wahine
BRB Principal Céline Gittens stars in this beautiful film by Kit Holder, featuring music by Israel Kamakawiwoʻole.
Miles Apart But Still Together
3. Shechter II
Based all over the world, the dancers of Hofesh Shechter's Shechter II company have come together (virtually) to create an expressive dance work made in their own homes.
4. San Francisco Ballet - Distant, Yet Connected: Kimberly Marie Olivier and Rufus Olivier
Part of San Francisco Ballet's #SFBalletCreates series, where dancers and musicans collaborate in the digital space to create fabulous performances from home.
Keep Calm and Carry On Online
5. Up My Street ONLINE! - Temujin Gill presents Essentials
When our tour of Greenwich community centres was cancelled in April, we decided to take the performance online with a series of films called Up My Street. Episode Two, which premiered last week, features Temujin Gill's creation Essentials which focuses on what is really important during this difficult time.