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Rosemary Lee

Each hour, on the hour from 1pm on Saturday until midday on Sunday. The performance will take place on the shoreline of Lowestoft's South Beach.

From one afternoon to the next, one of 24 dancers ranging from 10-70+ years perform a short solo on the hour every hour. Set against a landscape of changing skies, sea and light each performance will be accompanied with a song performed live by singer/ composer Isaac Lee-Kronick. Beginning with the youngest and ending with the eldest, each dancer will bring their unique quality to this repeating, ritualistic performance.

One of the UK's most respected choreographers, Rosemary Lee was born and grew up in Lowestoft and spent much of her childhood on the South Beach. Over the last 30 years she has created large-scale site-specific and solo works, video installations and short films. Regardless of their scale, these projects have an intimate quality and often explore our relationship with our environment.


Choreography by Rosemary Lee with support from Aya Kobayashi & Sophie Arstall
Song composed and performed by Isaac Lee-Kronick
Costume design and styling by Flora Moyes
Cast co-ordinator Richard Pye

Dancers and times of appearance

Saturday 22 June

Evie Smith – 1pm
Ralph Bates – 2pm
Skye Dorward – 3pm
Isaac Looker – 4pm
Meredith Winship – 5pm
Helen Lamb – 6pm
Tilly Lee-Kronick – 7pm
Richard Pye – 8pm
Lizzie Stanley – 9pm
Sarah Lewis – 10pm
Laura McGill – 11pm
Abby Page – midnight
Lynnette King – 1am
Mary Davies – 2am
Anna Williams – 3am
Nicky Gibbs – 4am
Rebecca Chapman – 5am
Andy Newman – 6am
Rosemary Lee – 7am
Caroline Mummery – 8am
Diego Robirosa – 9am
Lyn Mathews – 10am
Cecil Rowe – 11am
Pam Williams – midday

Each dancer will perform a solo lasting 12 minutes

Commissioned by First Light Festival and DanceEast. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England


Date and time

22–23 June 2019

Please note
This is now a past event.


First Light Festival