Haughmond Dances

Rosemary Lee  

Lee's first promenade piece with a cast of 237 local people of all ages. It was set in the ruins of 12th century Haughmond Abbey, in Shropshire with music composed by Jane Wells. It was on this project that she began her long term working relationship with lighting designer Chahine Yavroyan and designer Louise Belson. It received a Digital Dance Award and is her biggest cast to date.

In the same year she created Duel in a Teacup for Dance Umbrella in Newcastle for the Edwardian shopping arcade.
photo: Marianne Morris

photo: Marianne Morris

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