Flexer & Sandiland

Over the last few months we have premiered Acting Our Age and presented Imagining Otherwise to sold-out audiences in Israel and the UK. Acting our Age is receiving its UK premiere in May alongside an exciting programme of workshops, talks and an informal showing of our intergenerational class: 
Acting Our Age PerformancesActing Our Age Workshops & Talks
13th May Hull Dance14th May Transgressions, Hull Dance
15th May South East Dance16th May South East Dance Dance Dialogues
20th May Dance Theatre Space, University Chichester (performance only)20th May What Dance Can Do Symposium
Dance Theatre Space, Chichester University
(performance included)
At Chichester University Yael has curated a day-long symposium with practical workshops, academic and artists talks on Intergenerational Dance, Dance and Age(ing). Tickets include the Acting Our Age performance. You can find out more here.

Nic has been busy researching new technologies, including laser sensing, robotics and motion tracking leading towards a series of new kinetic installations. Works in progress will be presented in Brighton towards the end of the year.

Yael is currently working with C.A.T. students at DanceEast on a new piece entitled Knotting to be presented at the Jerwood Dance House in July.

Nic and Yael have also been mentoring artists Anna Alvarez and Adam Roberts.

Acting Our Age UK Premiere
Performance: Acting Our Age has grown organically through ongoing conversations and a shared interest in the ageing body in performance. A co-production choreographed by Yael Flexer & Galit Liss with an intergenerational cast of performers aged 26 to 76 Acting Our Age explores performers’ relationship to dance and the stage at different points in their lives. At times they question or refuse to ‘act their age’, while other moments celebrate the ageing body and its embodied sensitivity.
To book, please see the links above.

Workshops: to join our intergenerational workshop at Hull Dance book here.

Workshop: for 55+ with Galit Liss at South East Dance with an informal showing of Acting Our Age class
book here.

Talk: to attend the Dance Dialogue with Galit Liss, Yael Flexer and Nic Sandiland book here.

What Dance Can Do
One-day symposium
Curated by Yael Flexer, What Dance Can Do is a one-day symposium on Intergenerational Dance, Dance and Age(ing) at Chichester University. The day will include workshops by renowned artists (Galit Liss and Luke Birch) working with over 60s dancers alongside talks by academics and practitioners who work in the field. The day will culminate with a performance of Acting Our Age followed by an informal platform and panel, showing works in progress and films by over 60s companies including Damn Fine Dance, Retrospectif, Three Score Dance and Encore East. Book here.
Acting Our Age in-studio classes
Our classes continue at South East Dance this term. Classes are designed for movers 55+ and any interested adults without or with dance experience. Bringing awareness to our anatomy, using imagination and physical sensations to experience ease and pleasure in moving classes combine gentle movement improvisation and simple exercises that are accessible to all. Join our growing and lovely community: connect, move, dance, and laugh every Friday morning. The summer term runs 21 April- 21 July, the first taster class is free and classes are subsidised for those on pension or universal credit.
See a little snippet of the class below and book here.

Acting Our Age online classes
Acting Our Age online zoom classes continue to run every Wednesday 10-11am (GMT), 11-12 (CET). Classes include improvisation and gentle exercises and are designed for movers ages 55+ and any interested adults.  The summer term begins on 19 April. We look forward to seeing you in person or online. Book here.