Laura Dajao

@LauraDDances - Dancer, Choreographer, Teacher and Performer

Performers - Line Up

Glass Sands

Glass Sands are an alternative rock three-piece based out of East London. Formed in 2016, the group already have already released one album and their style – which mixes art rock, psychedelic and Krautrock – will shake audiences to the core!

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Ify is an upcoming vocalist, performer and entertainer. She performs originals and covers in the styles of Soul, Blues & RnB. She has performed at a range of venues from small intimate settings to larger audiences with over 2,000 people. Some of which include the 02 Academy Islington, Under The Bridge, The Cavendish Arms and Shepherd Bush Empire.

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Step Change Studios

Step Change Studios is a pioneering dance company committed to making dance accessible to everyone. They offer fun, engaging opportunities for disabled and non-disabled people of all ages and abilities to dance, perform and compete. They provide regular classes; deliver dance in education, care, and community settings; and they create imaginative bespoke dance projects. They want to support everyone to achieve their dancing ambitions.

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Margot Przymierska

Margot Przymierska is a performer, producer and ad hoc Talkaoke host at The People Speak. Her collaboration with artist Nicholas Morgan (Przymierska Morgan) resulted in a series of preformative explorations across genres (live art, character comedy, film) presented at Battersea Arts Centre, Betsey Trotwood and as part of a research projects on translanguaging by Birkbeck University.

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Natasha Clark

Natasha Clark has been practicing belly dance, or raqs sharki, for 10 years with various teachers across the UK. She particularly loves the folkloric dances from Egypt, El Sham(Lebanon, Palestine, Syria) and the Arabian Gulf, and golden era dance style and technique. 

‘Black & White Egypt’ is inspired by the golden era of Egyptian cinema(1940s-1970s) where films often featured belly dancers in several scenes. This music is taken from a 1952 Egyptian film called ‘Tell No One’

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Maria Miguel Rodrigues

Maria Miguel Rodrigues is a London based choreographer and performer.Taking her work to venues such as Barbican Centre, The Place and Trip space and leading movement workshops at Siobhan Davies Dance, Rich Mix and Zielone Kregi Festival in Poland

NOW stems out of repetition and interval in a present body. Techno's sonic layers areoffering a freer manner to explore time and its perception. Through the performing body,the unpredictable shifting between internal and external bodily awareness is highlighted


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The Outers


JK - Junior Williams and Simon Kusnierek

The Outers are a London based indie rock/post punk band with original music. Their songs are characterised by a distinctive, up-tempo rhythm section supporting catchy guitar and vocal melodies.“We try to incorporate the vintage sound and subtle melodies of British pop, with the edge of modern Indie Rock and the depth of Post Punk

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Junior Williams is a jazz/soul singer songwriter and Laura Dajao initiated a collaboration with him on her first sign song piece of choreography, Sweet Sunrise based on the lyrics of his song. In 2014 after Laura met Chuckie – her amputated leg, they wrote Finding My Strength, taking inspiration from Laura’s experience. 

The song that exists currently as part of her solo work and today is now a single available to purchase online from iTunes, Amazon Music, and Spotify. 

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