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Collective Endeavours at Dance International Glasgow

Collective Endeavours will be performing/ curating an evening at Govanhill Baths and performing at SWG3 as part of Dance International Glasgow

Sunday 30th April – Govanhill Baths, 99 Calder St – 7pm

An evening of multi-discipline music and dance, programmed and led by Collective Endeavours as part of Dance International Glasgow.

£8/£5 or early bird price £6/£3 (both plus £1 booking fee) available now from Tramway

Click here for the facebook event.

Also with

Sound of Yell
Stevie Jones’ beautiful Chemikal Underground released group will perform as a trio (with Vikki Morton and Georgie McGeown) as part of a series of special events to mark the release of their 10″ record Light The Currents on Infinite Greyscale.

Seke Chimutengwende
Moving between dance, poetry, stand-up, storytelling, philosophy and politics, Seke performs without any pre-planned structure or theme, preferring to find both in the moment of performance.


Tuesday 2nd May – SWG3, 100 Eastvale Place – 7.30pm

Dance International Glasgow at SWG3: Lucy Suggate and James Holden/Collective Endeavours

£12/£9 or early bird price £10/£7 (both plus £1 booking fee) from Tramway

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Listen Deep and Dance Free, 7.30pm

Synthesizer guru James Holden offers up his latest improvised hypnotic devotionals as dancer, choreographer and Shaman-figure Lucy Suggate leads a collective interactive exploration of sound, movement and trance states.

In this first experimental outing of their new work, James and Lucy will be calling upon the assembled congregation to come together, listen deep, and dance free, in the hope of uncovering new folk trance rituals to serve the modern age.

Collective Endeavours, 9pm

Dance Residency at The Work Room, Tramway – Nov, Dec 2016

Dance Residency at The Work Room, Tramway, Glasgow

Week 1  28th November – 3rd December
with Penny Chivas

As part of  Jer Reid’s residency he will continue exploring the place of direct political, and philosophical ideas within improvised sound/ music/ dance/ movement.

Past work on this has included working on ‘Around Titles’ with Solène Weinachter. In this residency he will continue working with Penny Chivas as they work on the dynamics that arise from direct ideas and (initially) non poetic language in improvising.

The spoken text will be taken from news articles and essays on a range of topics. The syntax of text will also be improvised with. Jer would really appreciate any conversation around these ideas and so will have a sharing at 6pm on Thursday 1st of December

Jer Reid & Solène Weinachter at Tramway

Week 2  11th – 17th December
with Collective Endeavours music/dance group with Solène Weinachter, Joan Clevillé, Nerea Gurrutxagga, Alex South, Luke Sutherland

The Old Hairdresser’s presents MEGA HAIR – 21st March 2015

The Old Hairdresser’s presents MEGA HAIR – 21st March 2015

celebrating 5 years of art + music events.

Bravest Boat (Jer Reid, Stevie Jones, Rafe Fitzpatrick, Aby Vuilliamy and George Murray)

With… MICK FLOWER, ASHTRAY NAVIGATIONS, THE FAMILY ELAN, ADAM BOHMAN/ CLIVE GRAHAM DUO, RHODRI DAVIES, MEL O DUBHSLAINE, SUE TOMPKINS, BRAVEST BOAT, MELLOW DRAMA, LUKE FOWLER, CRYING LION, YOKE OF BLOOD, APOSTILLE, GUMMY STUMPS, ELA ORLEANS DJ, MARTIN ALLEN DJ… 2PM – 2AM! Limited £10 advance tickets available from monorail music. £12 tickets from or on the door. Goodpress & merch stalls…! Hot food served in the bar…!

The Old Hairdressers

Where I Am is Here – Summerhall, Edinburgh

Launched in 2010, Glasgow Film Festival’s Margaret Tait award was inspired by pioneering Orcadian filmmaker Margaret Tait (1918 – 1999) and has been awarded to a moving image artist or artists based on Scotland, offering support and a high-profile platform for them to exhibit their work. In this unique event, Summerhall will host the Edinburgh premiere of GFF commissioned works by Stephen Sutcliffe (Outwork), Anne-Marie Copestake (And Under That) and Sarah Forrest (that now).

In addition to this, there will be a selection of Margaret Tait’s own shorts, along with live music by Stevie Jones and Jer Reid with members of Muscles of Joy.