Richard Chappell Dance presents Home Revisited: a staggering love-letter to dance, family and Devon

Richard Chappell Dance presents Home Revisited: a staggering love-letter to dance, family and Devon

Join Richard Chappell Dance to celebrate a decade of dance in the South West. For the last 10 years, Richard Chappell Dance has created memorable and moving dance experiences for audiences across the UK on stage, screen and in person through wide-reaching participatory projects.

Now for this special anniversary year, the Exeter-based company returns to its small-scale roots on the stage of Richard Chappell’s very first performances. For this celebratory programme, Richard Chappell Dance will perform Vast Rocks Revisited a reimagined version of the company’s first small-scall creation which takes inspiration from the Devon landscape. As well as this is an extract from one of their most ambitious works to date, Infinite Ways Home.

The evening’s programme will also include a commission from creative duo harrynsmithy with the playful and satirical dog eat dog. Alongside this will be performances from a range of intergenerational community groups, in what promises to be a true celebration of home, family, and dance.

Richard Chappell Dance is a critically acclaimed ensemble, which creates memorable and moving dance at the forefront of theatre, interdisciplinary collaboration and site responsive performance. 

The company is the primary platform for award winning and internationally renowned choreographer Richard Chappell’s artistic research and performance work. RCD is an Associate Company at Exeter Northcott. RCD’s creative process is rooted in collaboration, co-authorship and emotional connectivity and the ensemble’s values have been shaped by a close recurring combination of collaborators and dancers, most of which have worked together since 2017. Alongside touring nationally to theatres across the UK, RCD has presented work in Singapore, Germany and Israel. 

Home Revisited will be at the Barnfield Theatre 28 October at 7:45 pm. Tickets are £17.50. Click here to book now.