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We Create


... uncompromising performance work with physical expression at its heart. 

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We Create


... uncompromising performance work with physical expression at its heart. 

“A joy to watch”

HERALD

“beautiful, beguiling, engaging, unique”

NORTHINGS.COM

“rich with visual treats”

SCOTSMAN

 

Curious Seed creates engaging, thought provoking and uncompromising dance theatre placing collaboration at the heart of its practice and process.

We are committed to exploring new ways of challenging and developing the scope of movement-based performance. We are passionate about the transformative possibilities of experiencing dance, theatre and art, through participating, creating or the observing of it. Our work is defined by the subtle way in which it reflects human experience by weaving together threads of narrative with the physical, the imagistic, and the poetic.

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About Us


Who we are and what we do.

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About Us


Who we are and what we do.

Seeds have potential. They are smaller than what they will become. They push and find their way towards what they need to grow... different seeds have different patterns of growth…

Curious Seed’s vision is to have a positive impact on the quality of people’s lives and to impart a sense of curiosity about the world.  We produce and present compelling and authentic dance theatre work that questions the world we live in; work which touches and moves people and which unlocks ways of experiencing and feeling something different about their world. 

We share our creative processes to inspire and encourage people of all ages and abilities to be involved in the arts.  Curious Seed aims to bring something new to the existing portfolio of dance in Scotland.

Since 2005, our work has been presented and toured across Scotland and the world. View a list of our past and current performances and projects on the WORK page.

Our work is researched, developed, and managed by a small core team of people and we collaborate with many other artists, organisations and teams to create, produce and share our projects and performances. 


CORE TEAM:

Christine Devaney | Artistic Director | christine@curious-seed.co.uk 
Leigh Robieson-Cleaver  | Job Share Producer  |  leigh@curious-seed.co.uk 
Vicky Rutherford-O'Leary  | Job Share Producer  | vicky@curious-seed.co.uk 

CURIOUS SEED | ARTSPACE | 11 HAREWOOD ROAD | EDINBURGH EH16 4NT

+44 (0)131 659 4744

Curious Seed is a Scottish Incorporated Charitable Organisation (SCIO), with our registered office as above. 
Scottish Charity Number: SC045653.
Curious Seed is supported by Creative Scotland.
Curious Seed is a Green Arts Member. 

facebook.com/curiousseeddance
Twitter: @CuriousSDance

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Work


Our performances and projects.

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Work


Our performances and projects.

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Chalk About


[2014-2016]

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Chalk About


[2014-2016]

Chalk About was created for young audiences aged 8+ and is a playful, funny and sometimes moving look at how we see ourselves and others, featuring dance, chat and one perfect scene containing everything you could wish for…

Chalk About explores the nature of identity and asking some BIG questions.  What makes us who we are?  Is it where we are from?  Or how we talk?  Is it the way we dance?  Our pasts, our futures?  And, most importantly, doesn’t everyone like pizza?

PRESS:

'in just 50 minutes, it leads its audience deep into the stuff of human identity, using movement and dialogue to discuss family and origins, nationality and gender, happiness, sadness and the way we express ourselves through the things we like, from pizza to disco music.' ★★★★ SCOTSMAN full article

'Both performers chat to us about themselves, their personal history, their likes and dislikes, with an affable honesty that is utterly engaging – but the real charm of their disclosures is where it takes young audiences in terms of thinking about how we all define ourselves, and how we make judgements about others based on appearances. There is a sophisticated, caringly-detailed process underpinning this generous-hearted show.' ★★★★ HERALD full article

'an imaginative and playful way of discovering ourselves through dance, chalk drawings, chat and audience interaction.' ★★★★ REVIEWS HUB full article

'as with all successful shows created for young audiences, there is enough nuance in the work that there is something thought-provoking for an eight year old, as well as for those many decades older.' ★★★★ SYDNEY MORNING HERALD full article

CHALK ABOUT  (for ages 8+)

Concept and Original Choreography: Christine Devaney and Leandro Kees (Performing Group, DE)

Performers: Christine Devaney, Hendrik Lebon / Niels Weijer
Production Designer: Karen Tennent 
Dramaturgical Advisor: Moos van den Broek 
Sound Composer: Martin Rascher
Lighting Designer/Production Management: Tom Zwitserlood
Touring Production Manager: Yvonne Buskie
Costume Designer: Alison Brown
Photography: Eoin Carey & Tuur Uyttenhove

Chalk About was commissioned by Imaginate, supported through the Scottish Government's Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. Produced by Catalyst Dance Management and co-produced in association with Tanzhaus NRW [Dusseldorf] and The Work Room [Glasgow]. Supported by Fresh Tracks Europe and Artspace.

Touring availability: available for touring, please contact producer@curious-seed.co.uk
Touring technical requirements PDF: click here

Click here for our Dance About app page


Tour dates 2016:

New Zealand Festival
1 – 6 Mar | Hannah Playhouse, Wellington
8 Mar | Kuranui College, Greytown
9 Mar | Expressions Theatre, Upper Hutt  
10 Mar | Pātaka Art + Museum, Porirua

SWOP Festival, Roskilde Bibliotek, Denmark:
29 Apr | 10:00 book tickets 
1 May | 10:00 / 13:00  book tickets

Macao Cultural Center:
26 Aug | 19:30
27 Aug | 15:00 / 19:30
28 Aug | 15:00


Performance history:

2015:

Australian tour:

27 – 30 May | Come Out Festival, Adelaide, Australia
3 – 7 Jun | Arts Centre Melbourne, Australia
10 – 14 Jun | Sydney Opera House, Australia
17 – 18 Jun | Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith, Australia

Pioneers of Performance Scotland tour:

9 Sep | The Beacon, Greenock
12 Sep | Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
16 Sep | Lochgelly Arts Centre, Fife
19 Sep | Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
26 Sep | Macrobert, Stirling
30 Sep | Seall, Skye
3 Oct | Comar, Mull

Krokusfestival Flanders tour:

17 Oct | CC Maasmechelen, Belgium
18 – 19 Oct | Kopigietery, Gent, Belgium
20 Oct | CC Westrand Dilbeek, Belgium
22 Oct | Casino Houthalen-Helchteren, Belgium
23–24 Oct | cultuurcentrum, Hasselt, Belgium

Wales Dance Consortium tour:

27 Oct | Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli
28 Oct | Theatr Harlech
29 Oct | Neuadd Dwyfor, Pwlelli
31 Oct | Taliesin, Swansea
4 Nov | Blackwood Miners
7 Nov | Riverfront, Newport


20 – 24 Nov | Ziguzajg Festival, Teatro Manoel, Valletta, Malta
2 Dec | Showbox Festival, Dansen Hus, Oslo, Norway

2014

20 Feb | Krokusfestival, Hasselt, Belgium
16 May | Rise Dance Festival, Findhorn
20 – 24 May | Unicorn Theatre, London
31 Dec | Cultura Nova, Theatre Heerlen, Netherlands

Edinburgh Festival Fringe:

1 – 24 Aug | Made in Scotland showcase, Summerhall, Edinburgh

MOKO tour:

17 – 18 Oct | Greenwich Dance Agency, London
19 Oct | Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham
22 – 23 Oct| Lincoln Drill Hall, Lincoln
25 Oct | The Point, Eastleigh
28 Oct | Brighton Dome, Brighton
29 – 30 Oct | Dance City, Newcastle
1 – 2 Nov | Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells, London
6 – 7 Nov | Key Theatre, Peterborough
8 Nov | Deda, Derby
9 Nov | Embrace Arts, Leicester
10 – 11 Nov | Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth
15 Nov | artsdepot, London
16 – 18 Nov | Jerwood DanceHouse, Ipswich
20 – 21 Nov | Circomedia | Bristol
22 Nov | Gulbenkian, Canterbury

2013:

8 – 13 May | Imaginate Festival 2013, North Edinburgh Arts Centre
23 – 25 Feb | Szene Bunte Wahne, Tanzquartier Vienna

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Teenage Trilogy


[2016-2018]

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Teenage Trilogy


[2016-2018]

The company’s latest production, Teenage Trilogy, began when Christine Devaney (Artistic Director, Curious Seed) started to think about what being a teenager now is in comparison to her own teenage years; in turn, leading her to consider how older generations would respond to this question.

Over the past months, Christine has been in dialogue with teenagers in Scotland, Denmark, Belgium and Australia, listening to their personal experiences. She also talked with people of their parents and grand-parents’ generation, who shared recollections of their own teenage experiences.  The ideas for this work were “pitched” at the Federation of Scottish Theatre’s Emporium event in 2014 and the work is currently being developed in association with Krokusfestival in Belgium and Imaginate and Tramway in Scotland.

For this project, Christine has assembled an outstanding creative team, including visual artist David Maxwell, composer Luke Sutherland, designer Karen Tennent and dance artists Alex McCabe, Nerea Gurrutxaga, Hayley Earlam and Andy Gardiner, to begin creating this work in response to the gathered stories and varied perspectives on this subject. 

The work is currently still in development to the following timescale:

·       Phase 1 – Development: 1 week April 2015 (Aben Dans, Denmark)

·       Phase 2 – Development: 1 week Feb 2016 (Krokusfestival, Belgium)

·       Phase 3 - Development: 3 weeks May/June 2016 (Tramway, Glasgow / Artspace, Edinburgh); culminating in work in progress showing at Imaginate Festival 3 June 2016  more info here

·       Phase 4 – Production: 10 weeks, Nov 2017 (Scotland / international)

·       Premiere/touring: spring 2018 (and onwards)

For more information or to discuss future programming opportunities, please contact Leigh or Vicky (Producers): leigh@curious-seed.co.uk or vicky@curious-seed.co.uk

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Joan of Arc 603


[2015]

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Joan of Arc 603


[2015]

A 5-hour durational performance that took place as part of the Edinburgh Fringe programme at Dance Base (Edinburgh) in 2015.

Artist Yvonne Buskie collaborates with musician Luke Sutherland (Venus as a Boy, Mogwai) and choreographer/dancer Christine Devaney (Curious Seed) for this one-off, cross-art form, live work.

It is 603 years since the birth of Joan of Arc, and her astonishingly dramatic history continues to stimulate our modern era.

For the performance, the artists invite you into this hybrid space, which connects theatre to gallery, to witness a playful exploration of ritual and meditation. A large floor drawing and paper objects will inhabit the space, and will inevitably become torn and fragmented during the performance. The repetitive tasks of making and mending transform into a devotional meditation. You are also invited to make your own offering to the process by embellishing the paper objects with gold leaf during the performance.


‘joan of arc made my heart sing yesterday, incredibly beautiful movement, visuals and music’

Audience response on Twitter


Supported by Dance Base and co-produced with Curious Seed (supported by Creative Scotland) and Catalyst Dance Management (Dance Base).

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D'Arcland


[2016]

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D'Arcland


[2016]

Christine Devaney and visual artist Yvonne Buskie collaborate with outstanding musicians, Luke Sutherland and cellist Robin Mason, to create this mesmerising, immersive and improvised dance, music and live art experience in an extensive, empty open space, customised for this special performance.  

D’Arc:Land was presented as part of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay: SCOT:LANDS on 1st January 2016 in the Exhibition Hall, National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

Amongst their inspirations were Janus (the God of beginnings and transitions), the determination of Joan of Arc and the landscape of Scotland itself.  These four compelling artists invited viewers to celebrate and consider our collective responses to a New Year.  


'On a vast, crayoned-on canvas, Devaney and artist Yvonne Buskie moved through a slow-burning meditation which, punctuated by the minimal guitar and cello textures of Luke Sutherland and Robin Mason, became a living collage of ritual and redemption.' HERALD full article

D'ARCLAND

Conceived and created by Yvonne Buskie, Christine Devaney, Luke Sutherland
Performed by Yvonne Buskie, Christine Devaney, Luke Sutherland, Robin Mason, Michael Sherin
Lighting Design by Jeanine Byrne
Special thanks to Karen Tennent, Tom Zwitserlood and Black Light
Photography: Lloyd Smith

SCOT:LANDS 2016  was created and produced by Unique Events.

If you are interested in an adaptation of this performance, please contact Vicky on vicky@curious-seed.co.uk or Leigh on leigh@curious-seed.co.uk

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Threads


[2014]

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[2014]

Threads is a short dance film conceived and directed by Christine Devaney.

A man enters a dark room disturbing a fragile memory waiting within. Does it belong to him...?  Threads of narrative entwine in this mysterious film, enriched by a haunting sound score.

Those bodies that move now
Unfamiliar to self and others
Other ways too far to see or remember
Only the gift of tenderness, that lies within the hands
A forest of half lit connections
Dreams of spun gold and idolatry
A desire to be whole and held
The past as embers or is it snow?
Still a wonder

Directed by Christine Devaney
Performers: Christine Devaney, David Paul Jones, Ian Spink
Director of photography: Jonathan Charles
Designed by Karen Tennent
Original music composed and performed by David Paul Jones
Sound mixing by WarrenK
Lighting: Karen Tennent
Crew - Jonathan Charles Karen Tennent, Frank McConnell
Filmed at The Shed in Evanton
Response by Linda McLean
Special thanks to all at plan B, John McGeoch, Linda McLean, Magnetic North and Catherine Wheels
Line Producers – Catalyst Dance Management (Dance Base)

Threads is the result of a Choreocraft residency in December 2014, supported by  plan B Collaborative Theatre (Scotland) and Magnetic North Theatre Company (Edinburgh).  Christine Devaney used this time to follow her curiosity about the possibility of making a short film, in a short time, with long standing creative collaborators Karen Tennent and Jonathan Charles. Threads was first presented at Screendance as part of DIG (Dance International Glasgow), Tramway (2014).  Threads was also selected for the Perth Dance Festival - Screendance Awards (2016).

If you are interested in screening Threads, please contact Vicky or Leigh on vicky@curious-seed.co.uk or leigh@curious-seed.co.uk

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Dust, and all that...


[2013]

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Dust, and all that...


[2013]

Dust, and all that… is a performance event which combines elements of immersive theatre with dance, live music, new writing, a recorded soundscape and video.  It is a collaboration with Magnetic North Theatre Company.  

Viewers walk alone through a series of rooms, glimpsing fragments of stories - videos playing on screens in abandoned rooms, photos pinned on the wall, lists of names, locked doors, piles of furniture and objects all alluding to memories left behind – before arriving in a large room where someone sits unravelling gold thread which is spun like cobwebs around the space……, is it a waiting room, a holding centre, purgatory?

Dust plays out a series of fragmented scenes which repeatedly disperse and materialise - giving insights into and different perspectives on the lives of the 8 people already present in this place. 

A simple dance begins to emerge, passing from person to person, from cast members to audience. The performance culminates in a final shared, transcendent moment that leaves everyone with their own impressions and understanding of what has happened, asking them to consider what they’ll leave behind as they head back out into the cold.


'This was the perfect experience to have on my last day of work for the year...  It was lovely coming into a space away from the commercial Christmas buzz outside. As well as being intrigued and swept along by the performance, it allowed me time to reflect… ' Audience member at work-in-progress showing, December 2013


Directed by Christine Devaney and Nicholas Bone
Creative team includes:
Playwright: Linda McLean
Actors: Alison Peebles and Sean Hay
Composer and Musicians: David Paul Jones, Luke Sutherland and Michael John McCarthy 
Designer: Karen Tennent 
Performers: Ian Spink, Brigid McCarthy and Emma Snellgrove
Video Artist: Jonathan Charles

Dust, and all that… was presented as work-in-progress in and around the Dissection Room at Summerhall in December 2013.  Supported initially by the National Theatre of Scotland, Dance Base and Magnetic North’s Rough Mix programme, it has been further supported by Creative Scotland and Summerhall.

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Push


[2012]

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Push


[2012]

The world of PUSH is full of contradictions, fears, needs, desires, and poetry in the everyday. A group of people inhabit this ruined, timeless, place. There is a child playing in and observing this turbulent world. Is she a memory? Perhaps she is the future. Fragments of their extra/ordinary stories unfold and remind us to question ourselves about what’s important.

Conceived and directed by Christine Devaney, PUSH involves six performers, a wall, a young girl and an ensemble of ‘extra/ordinary’ people. PUSH challenges, surprises, unsettles, enlightens and entertains.

Composer/novelist Luke Sutherland and cellist Robin Mason collaborated on the commissioned score, encompassing a pre-recorded soundscape, live cello and voice.  Award-winning designer Karen Tennent created the world of PUSH inspired by the presence of a ‘wall’ - something to push against, to keep us in, support us and to allude to something beyond. Video Artist Jonathan Charles’s projected images add a dreamlike quality to PUSH, bringing memories, fantasy and the detail of other possible realities. Simon Wilkinson’s painterly, dramatic lighting enhances the beauty and subtlety of the work.

'Every aspect is burnished with thoughtful detail' HERALD full article

‘There is so much in this work to treasure and chew over thoughtfully afterwards. The end, involving audience participation, is almost overwhelming.’ NORTHINGS full article

Directed by Christine Devaney
Devised by the company and performed by Christine Devaney, Skye Reynolds, Anthony Mills, Andrew Gardiner, Judith Williams, Tallulah Molleson, Robin Mason and an extra/ordinary ensemble
Original music composed by Luke Sutherland & Robin Mason
Production design by Karen Tennent
Lighting Design by Simon Wilkinson
Video design by Jonathan Charles (D Fie Foe)
Photography: Maria Falconer

Funded by Creative Scotland, produced by Catalyst Dance Management and co-produced in association with Platform (Glasgow)

TOURING HISTORY:

17 – 18 Feb 2012 | Platform, The Bridge, Easterhouse, Glasgow
23 Feb 2012 | Macrobert, Stirling
25 Feb 2012 | Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh
28 Feb 2012 | Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
7 Mar 2012 | An Lanntair, Stornoway
10 Mar 2012 | Mull Theatre, Druimfin, Mull
15 Mar 2012 | Woodend Barn, Banchory
18 Mar 2012 | Universal Hall, Findhorn
24 Mar 2012 | Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh 

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The Woman Who WANTs TO BE FUNNY


[2012]

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The Woman Who WANTs TO BE FUNNY


[2012]

Christine Devaney and Luke Sutherland, came together again to explore their desire to improvise. They pull each other into a familiar state of spacious melancholy, but this time there's a woman who wants to be funny… and of course it's not as simple as that.  Exploring these wants, they have to ask themselves "Why does she want to be funny?"

There's a woman who dances - she loves it,
but that's not enough anymore, she wants to be funny...
There's also a man who makes music.  He understands.  

'The ache at the heart of this piece is familiar to us, whatever name we put on the loss that colours it. But Devaney and Sutherland coax us to laughter through tears - have a hankie handy: the very gentleness and sincerity of the piece touch home, and prove hugely affecting.' HERALD full article

'Christine Devaney and Luke Sutherland's piece expertly explores the art of comedy within the art of perfect collaboration, silky intelligent dynamic physicality married with a luscious velvety live score. Peppered with reminiscent anecdotes like a stand-up’s set: poignant, provoking and fantastically crafted. A gorgeous tapestry of music and personality, and intriguing performances.' ACROSS THE ARTS full article

'As tall, handsome but deadpan Sutherland whips up a small storm on the electronic violin, which he loops with his own vocals to startling effect, Devaney dances elegantly and playfully, interspersing her glides and hip shakes with half-finished punchlines and clowning, alluding to Chaplin and the Marx Brothers. This is juxtaposed with a poignant speech on how fleeting life is and how we must live it without fear or compromise. Teasingly, jokes are never told in their entirety, but an hour in the company of Curious Seed is a delight- their double act effortless and easygoing.' THE SKINNY full article

Conceived and performed by Christine Devaney & Luke Sutherland
Production Designer: Karen Tennent

The Woman Who Wants to be Funny was originally developed with the support of Déda (Derby); where Devaney and Sutherland were Associate Choreographer and Composer as part of Déda's Artist Scheme 2009-2010.  It was presented as a work in progress at Heads Up, part of Dance Base's Edinburgh Fringe programme 2010.  Later development was supported by  The Work Room (Glasgow) and The Woman Who Wants to be Funny was presented at Edinburgh Fringe 2012 as part of Dance Base's international programme.

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Found


[2009]

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Found


[2009]

Found is a compelling, emotionally charged and delicate performance, full of humanity and sprinkled with humour.

Bold, beautiful and charged, Found is driven by movement and live music with an allusive sense of narrative supported by text and video image. The threads of this narrative are drawn from a found letter. You find a letter.  It’s not yours.  Do you read it?

As this fractured story unfolds, one person's reality is deeply affected by a life imagined.

'a highly charged piece of physical theatre...some of the audience were moved to tears' THE TIMES

'an incredibly sensitive and highly nuanced performance piece' THE SKINNY full article

'the score... was brilliant...' SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY

Director, Choreographer, Performer, Contributing Writer: Christine Devaney
Co-Composer, Musician, Writing Mentor: Luke Sutherland
Composer, Musician: Jer Reid
Performer and Contributing Writer: Michael Sherin
Production Designer: Karen Tennent
Lighting Designer: Jeanine Davies
Video Artist: Jonathan Charles
Christine Devaney’s Costume: Alison Brown
Photography: Maria Falconer

Found was funded by Scottish Arts Council with the support of Deda (Derby), Citymoves (Aberdeen), Dance Base (Edinburgh) and Eden Court Theatre (Inverness) and Associazione Etre (Lombardy).

FRINGE FIRST AWARD WINNER 2009

TOURING HISTORY:

5 – 16 Aug 2009 | Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Dance Base
6 Oct | Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
7 Oct | Macphail Centre, Ullapool
10 – 11 Oct | Universal Hall, Findhorn
13 Oct | The Byre Theatre, St Andrews
24 Oct | DanceLive Festival, Woodend Barn, Banchory
9 – 17 Jun 2010 | Luoghi Comuni Festival, (LC) Italy

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Code Butterfly


[2007]

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Code Butterfly


[2007]

Code Butterfly is a journey into the dark and out again, reminding us there is always the potential for transformation... everywhere.

Code Butterfly was a site-specific performance made for the Leith Festival (Edinburgh), involving 5 professional performers, (dancers, aerial artists, singer) and 15 young women from the Leith area. With original music composed by Erin & Nick Scrutton, and designed by Karen Tennent, this production took place literally in every available space in Out of The Blue and the Old Drill Hall, which now houses a variety of arts organisations

Set dynamically within this newly refurbished space and using the company's individual response to its architecture to develop the physical language for the show, Code Butterfly was a unique experience for audience and performers alike, through coming into contact with the building and each other in this imaginative and intriguing use of a complete space.

Photography: Angeline Ferguson.


"Code Butterfly - winningly put together by Christine Devaney's Curious Seed - is all about breaking out of drab habits, spreading wings and trying new things."  HERALD


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Almost But Not Quite


[2005]

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Almost But Not Quite


[2005]

Almost But Not Quite is an intimate solo work choreographed and performed by Christine Devaney, directed by Graeme Miller with original music composed by Jim Sutherland and designed by Karen Tennent. Christine had just moved back to Scotland after thirteen years of living in London. She was almost forty, almost happy and almost ready to create this solo. She sent out this call to all who had met her, however fleetingly:

"Dear....

You have something I want. A memory of me. Could you please send me something that makes you think of me or of our connection. Perhaps it's a word, a photograph, a question or a piece of advice held back. Perhaps it's an item of clothing, a story, a broken heart. Please don't feel that you have to be kind. Please be honest. I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanking you in advance"


‘ poignant solo, Almost But Not Quite, the first work to emerge from the newly formed Curious Seed… Devaney works her way through a sea of memories.’

SCOTSMAN Full review


Supported by Dance Base.

Images:  Paul Watt

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