Trip The Light | Intercontinental Drifts #1
SAT 20th February 2016  |  8:15 p.m.-11 p.m.
Bookings: Billetto

Trip the Light | Intercontinental Drifts is a monthly platform (February-July 2016) where cutting edge choreography from across Europe and the UK meet. A night of new moves, new waves and new choreographic terrain.

Each night presents a host of juicy dance works topped off with a band to get up and split your jeans to. Sit back, be immersed, then exorcise your demons on the dance floor.


Neus Gil Cortes presents Here Body

Here Body is a journey into universal fears and emotions through physicality.

Neus danced with NDC Wales & Hofesh Shechter Company she is currently a freelancer and is developing her choreographic work. Neus' choreographies have been performed in Holland, Spain and UK.

Andrea Costanzo Martini presents What Happened in Torino

This award winning piece is an emotive choreography tracing a journey between states of mind and physical expression. A dance to a free translation of Vanna Marchi , the 90s controversial Italian Tv­Sale Icon, famous for her unconventional selling methods and exuberant character.
What happened in Torino won: 1st prize for best dance and choreography at the Stuttgart International Solo Dance and The Audience award for for best solo at the Masdanza International Contemporary Dance Festival of the Canary Islands.

Andrea is in teaching residence at TripSpace between the 15th-18th of February link

Andrea was born and is now based in Israel where he has worked for the Batsheva Ensemble and Inbal Pinto. He has also danced with the Cullberg Ballet where he performed for two years repertoire of Benoit Lachambre, Alexander Ekman ,Crystal Pite, Jefta Van Dinter and Tillman O’Donnel.

Since 2013 he is successfully pursuing his own choreographic work winning awards internationally.

Nuno Brito presents H2Drop

Transforming found objects into hydro-percussion instruments and using water on stage, H2drOp (Nuno Brito) is a music performance where organic sounds create an experimental and warm musical journey. Nuno Brito started his musical studies with Classical Percussion in Portugal-1997 (Grade 8 in 2001), he then moved to London in 2004 and graduated on Drum-Kit (BMus Popular Music Performance in 2010).

A selection of work from our Screenmotion Festival 2015

Insomnia, directed by Kristýna Bartošová (winner of Screenmotion Festival 2015)
TSE (time, space, energy), directed by Richard Chomo & Deplase
Circle, directed by Ozgur Can Alkan


19th March l 16th April l 14th May l 11th June l 9th July

Artists included: Andrea Costanzo Martini, Neus Gil Cortes, Nuno Brito, Claudia Catarzi, Ugne Dievaityte & Poliana Lima, Project O, Eleanor Sikorski, Caterina Basso, Francesca Foscarini, Ruri Mitoh, Peter Savel & Tereza Ondrova, Fernanda Munoz-Newsome, Revenge of Calculon, Isnaj Dui and Puma Rosa.

Photo by Javier Tles