Your #MondayMotivation – 9 things to Read, Watch, Do

Wish it was Friday? It’s only around 100 hours before you can jump into bed like:

Until then, we’ve put together our fortnightly round-up of things to READ, WATCH and DO over the next few weeks.

1. Congratulations to alumnus Moses Boyd on his second MOBO win!

We were thinking of making a MOses BOyd joke, but decided against it…

 

2. Murder, Revenge, Redemption… ANIMUS comes to the Laban Theatre this week

All TL students get one free ticket – find the code in your email inbox.

 

3. Just announced! Rachael Young and alumnus Robert Clark as the latest #CompassCommissions artists

The Greenwich Dance & Trinity Laban Partnership will support choreographers Robert Clark and Rachael Young in the creation of new work. Keep you eyes peeled for further announcements on premiere dates next year! More info.

 

4. TL in NY

This month, we presented an Honorary Fellowship to alumnus Richard Gaddes!

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The award was presented by fellow alumnus Sir Matthew Bourne at a reception in New York, who both had lovely things to say about their time at TL. More info.

 

5. “We can have lots of good fun that is funny”

Our Musical Theatre students have been touring Seussical the Musical to local schools, a show based on Dr Seuss’ 🐱 in the 🎩 [that’s Cat in the Hat for the non-emoji speakers!]

 

6. Take a glimpse into the future of music

Composition staff and students have a series of exciting upcoming performances.

First up is Parallax 10: Sound And Movement (with the Trinity Laban Contemporary Music Ensemble), an evening featuring some of today’s leading composers and sound artists at Blackheath Halls. Tickets are free, but you’ll need to book in advance! More info.

If that wasn’t enough, prepare yourself for the unpredictable at Rude Health 2017, at various locations across KCC.

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An experimental festival of new music and innovative performances, Rude Health is always challenging and often provocative. Tickets are free with no advance booking required. More info.

 

7. We Heart K-Arts! ❤️

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K-Arts Dance Company come to London!

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Last week we had the privilege of having K-Arts perform a fab bill of five works. Big thanks to the company!

 

8. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas 🎅

Yes it’s still November, but if you’ve walked around KCC recently, you’ll notice the set up for the Greenwich Winter Time Festival! There promises to be ice skating, festive food and live music, and even a familiar face or two with performances from students alumni. More info.

 

9. Seriously, Christmas is coming…

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Support TL vocal students in a special performance of Menotti’s Christmas opera Amahl and the Night Visitors at St Alfege Church, a heart-warming opera that re-imagines the Christmas story to magical effect. What a way to start the festive period. Book here.

And from our friends…

 

 

Jubilee Quartet & Simon Callaghan

SUN 3 DEC, 18.30h | Conway Hall

The Jubilee Quartet, former Trinity Laban Junior Fellow, and renowned pianist Simon Callaghan perform 20th-century Russian works and more, plus a pre-concert recital by electric guitarist Danols. Free entry for under-26s. More info.

Tre Voci presents Orbits at ICA

SUN 3 DEC, 16.00h & 20.00h | Institute of Contemporary Arts

The Jubilee Quartet, former Trinity Laban Junior Fellow, and renowned pianist Simon Callaghan perform 20th-century Russian works and more, plus a pre-concert recital by electric guitarist Danols. Free entry for under-26s. More info.

 

Something missing? Let us know and share your TL life with us.

Tag @TrinityLaban Email: r.donnelly@trinitylaban.ac.uk

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