I dance for Daniel in UK and Europe. This was in Hackney. People who feel music, dance.
I am an Ambassador for Mencap UK and I was their guest at The Mansion House for champagne reception, Fashion Show and charity auction. Met many lovely people and mum and I got our photo in The Tatler. All very posh. Raised lots of money.Mum also took a photo while I was waiting to go to The Mansion house if you want to see the dress. I love my new boots.
Somebody on twitter forwarded this article. I love it.
Hope you like it.
It was a wonderful experience working with NG Ping the director, Lee Matinson writer and Melanie Hill, James Atherton and Kevin Wathen now it is over I am going to miss them. I love the theatre and Manchester is cool. Chinese food yum. Got some lovely reviews which my sister will put up for me and here is a link to an article in The Guardian by Saba Salmon http://www.theguardian.com/social-care-network/2014/oct/14/sarah-gordy-downs-syndrome-changing-perceptions
Can’t quite believe it’s here already. Really looking forward to seeing what audiences think of this new play. Crocodiles is at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester from Oct 1st to 18th. Evening shows at 7:30pm with matinees on Saturdays. Book tickets now
Great to have visit from beautiful Rosie and family who came to Manchester where I’m rehearsing for Crocodiles – a new play at the Royal Exchange. Rosie’s dad, Tom, writes the award winning blog The Future’s Rosie. Highly recommend checking it out and also joining the Facebook page – the posts of Rosie’s smile for the weekend are a joy to see. We’re big fans!
Its happened, I am going to play a woman ‘Matilda’ and it is nothing to do with disability. ’Crocodiles’ written by Lee Mattinson and directed by Ping Ng Choon at The Manchester Royal Exchange Studio Theatre. My agent is really excited because it is such a good play and it will get attention. I am really happy. Only 90 seats though. A friend said I dont put up enough photos so here is one. It is not ‘Matilda’ though, I will look very different then.
Culture Device Dance Project is an innovative, experimental and cutting edge dance company for professional dancers with Down`s syndrome.
The company uses improvisation techniques and experimental electronic sounds and aims to push boundaries in the fields of new choreography and to provide a professional, artistic and creative platform for dancers with Down’s syndrome, developing their talents and providing a long term opportunity for a career in the art world.
For more information visit: www.culturedevicedanceproject.com
We will show ‘I can’t explain and I won’t even try’ and give 2 workshops at Ulster Hall in Belfast.
Date: 21 Jun 2014
Time: Workshop: 2.30pm and 4pm; Performance: 7pm
Venue: Ulster Hall