Woman dancing in Hot House
Photographer Jack Thomson
  • The House, University of Plymouth

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Internationally renowned company, Richard Chappell Dance presents their latest creation Hot House at The House this spring. 
A passionate response to the cost-of-living crisis Hot House shares the frustration currently felt by many, turning that intense energy into a powerful celebration of collective generosity. Providing a space for people to come together and be uplifted by the Company's extraordinary ensemble of performers, this new show features a soundscape influenced by Chinese, Indian and European classical music, rearranged and performed by violinist Enyuan Khong and electronic music duo Larch.
Following on from the success of Richard Chappell Dance's recent production Infinite Ways Home, Hot House is a bold, transformational evening that celebrates the joy of movement and music in a setting where concert meets bonfire.
Hot House is commissioned by Dance City and supported by Arts Council England and The Linbury Trust, with residency support from Dance City, Exeter Phoenix, National Dance Company Wales and DanceEast. 
Date: Wednesday 6 March 2024
Time: 19:30 – 20:25
Venue: The House, University of Plymouth
Ticket information: £12, £10 concessions, FREE to all students and under 18s 
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A scorching performance of energy and incandescent passion for life!

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Creative credits

Choreographer and Artistic Director: Richard Chappell Dance
Lighting Designer: Joshua Harriette and Ed Saunders 
Production Manager: Charlie Knight 
Costume Styling and Rehearsal Director: Faye Stoeser 
Dramaturg: Neus Gil Cortes 
Composers: Larch and Enyuan Khong 
Choreographic Facilitators: Rob Anderson and Kevin Table
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