Category Archive: Carole Edrich dance photography

Choosing the best dance school for your child

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I have strong views about dance schools, their philosophies, their intentions and how they come about. When writing a recent post, I looked for good guidance. I wanted to link to a great… Continue reading

Double Joy; Mampara Summer Showcase Review

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Joy and dance To say dance is my life is excessive, but it brings me joy, and is my passion. Much of my writing is dance-related and my photography practice investigates movement.  I… Continue reading

Nocturnal Indigenous Australian Dancers. New installation in London E11

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  This image of native Australian dancers is part of the one in my Leytonstone Arts Trail installation  Printed on oilcloth, it is over 4m wide and 2m hight. I chose to hang… Continue reading

Protected: Examples

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There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

How far I’ve come. A route through chronic illness.

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Suffering from long covid? A chronic illness? My experiences might help.

Review: Product Mastery, From Good to Great Product Ownership. Geoff Watts

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Review of the Geoof Watts book Product Mastery. From God to Great Product Ownership.

Review: P.G. Wodehouse Volume One, narrated by Stephen Fry

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What an excellent narrator for the Jeeves Collection is Stephen Fry. He makes the quintessential Berty Wooster seem easy, carrying exactly the intonation, humour, pace and Wooster-ish-ness that I imagined when I first… Continue reading

#BAMEOVER

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We support and agree with the following statement by Inc Arts: “Throughout August more than 1,000 people took Inc Arts’ #BAMEOver survey, and on 4th September 2020 over 250 people came together to… Continue reading

Coronavirus and DanceGRiST

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We are replanning what we are doing to support the dancers, artists and multiskilled creatives we support at this time. We are working on real things that help – and we’re in the… Continue reading

Festival and Artists’ Opportunity

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As the theatre industry and wider society reels from the unprecedented shock of the coronavirus outbreak and COVID-19 pandemic, many producers and artists are taking the initiative to share work and support each other during these difficult times.