The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Thursday, 8 December 1988

London Contemporary Dance


BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PERFORMING ARTS DECEMBER 1988

London Contemporary Dance – lecture demo/workshop?

1.00pm Fermoy Centre

7.30pm at College, main hall

 

Later:

 

‘Heaven On Earth’ – The Mission



 

LONDON CONTEMPORARY DANCE THEATRE, FERMOY CENTRE, KING’S LYNN

Today we were given a lecture by the London Contemporary Dance chappies.  They also displayed for us their exciting, interesting and enjoyable style of dancing.  Their dance piece The Man In The Smouldering Suit is skill!  We asked a few questions and I think the true learning process happened to all of us when we were asked to consider what it was we were actually seeing.  The dance style wasn’t typical of the kind of dance I usually think of when I think ‘dance’.  Their work was very innovative and expressive and has sown the seeds of new ideas within my mind…

 

I miss Flash.

 

Doctor Who


Silver Nemesis wasn’t extremely good. 

 


The Web Planet video is DULL.

 

I read Terrance DicksGenesis Of The Daleks again + it was excellent.


 


I’m reading The Horror Of Fang Rock by Terrance Dicks.  It’s okay.

 

 

I also watch The Rainbow + Christabel.



 

‘Ahead’ – Wire



 

Me and Justine?  Mmm, well…  We argued a little today.  Her immaturity’s beginning to get to me.  I curse myself for not having previously realised how immature she actually is…

 

Clarissa  What I wouldn’t!

 

Natalia Wnek, I’m missing you.

 

My No.1: ‘Hail!  The White Grain’ – Death In June



 




 

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Next time: ‘Drama Christmas Dinner…’

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