Threading in Triplicate at Abeerance #9 | Platform Southwark, London | September 2016

Excited to confirm that myself, Ciara Lynch and Ellen Finlay will be performing our new piece “Threading in Triplicate” at Abeerance #9 on 10th September 2016 at the Platform Southwark. “Abeerance  happens somewhere every other month with the vision of making art more accessible to the public. It is a platform for artists to share their work… More Threading in Triplicate at Abeerance #9 | Platform Southwark, London | September 2016

Research & Development | Brookdance | Shawbrook, Co. Longford, Ireland

  During the first two weeks of August 2016, I took part in Brookdance, a professional intensive at Shawbrook, Co. Longford, Ireland: “Shawbrook is a haven for dance set on a traditional 18th century farm in a forest of oak, ash and beech trees in Co Longford, Ireland. Recognised internationally as a centre of excellence… More Research & Development | Brookdance | Shawbrook, Co. Longford, Ireland

Testimonial from The Ashmolean | Silkscreen|Machine (2016)

“Emily May and her dancers were beautiful to watch. They performed at two of our Warhol Lates and FRAMED LiveFriday events and stopped our visitors in their tracks. Languid and at times sharp movements to “Sunday Morning” by The Velvet Underground was a perfect addition to our Andy Warhol Exhibition and related themed evening events… More Testimonial from The Ashmolean | Silkscreen|Machine (2016)

Silkscreen|Machine at Live Friday:Framed (2016)

Last night, myself and my dancers Reuben Woodall and Claire Peers performed Silkscreen|Machine for the second time at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. My work – an exploration of Andy Warhol, 1960s consumerism and mechanical reproduction – was performed as part of Live Friday: Framed, an event that brought the museum to life with performances and interactive exhibits… More Silkscreen|Machine at Live Friday:Framed (2016)

Silkscreen|Machine at Live Friday: Framed| The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford | 13th May 2016

Emily May Dance Theatre are very excited to confirm that after performing at The Ashmolean Museum’s War hol Late on 7th April, we have been invited back to perform Silkscreen|Machine at Live Friday: Framed on 13th May. “On LiveFridays the Ashmolean opens its doors from 7.00 – 10.30 pm, giving visitors the opportunity to experience the… More Silkscreen|Machine at Live Friday: Framed| The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford | 13th May 2016

Silkscreen|Machine at Warhol Late (2016)

On 7th April, 2016, I and my dancers – Claire Peers and Reuben Woodall – travelled to Oxford to perform my latest work Silkscreen|Machine in Warhol Late, an event at The Ashmolean Museum celebrating their recent Andy Warhol: Works from the Hall Collection exhibition. We all thoroughly enjoyed recreating our human capitalist machine for the audience in the… More Silkscreen|Machine at Warhol Late (2016)

Silkscreen|Machine at The Ashmolean, Oxford | Warhol Late Event | 7th April 2016

I recently created the work Silkscreen|Machine for my BA2 choreography assesment at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. A four minute exploration of American Pop Art and Andy Warhol’s reproductive methods, Silkscreen|Machine aims to comment on contextual themes of the 1960s such as the rise of consumerism, media influences and mechanical reproduction. It attempts to create a regimented… More Silkscreen|Machine at The Ashmolean, Oxford | Warhol Late Event | 7th April 2016