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Details on Gary Clarke's Solo Works
Created as a solo for Gary Clarke in 2005 with dance mavericks Nigel Charnock and Javier De Frutos, HORSEMEAT confronts the gritty realities surrounding love, life, sexuality and the pains of growing up. Set against a backdrop of popular music, Horsemeat plunges head first into a nightmarish playground of frantic movement and thriving gestures in an all singing, all dancing autobiographical solo.
Horsemeat toured nationally and internationally including to The British Dance Edition, Spring Loaded and Homotopia.
Created in 2010 for award-winning dancer Eleanor Perry (Thick & Tight), Cameo Cookie is the story of Anita Bryant, the honey-voiced American singer and hard-boiled beauty queen who campaigned in the 1970’s to crush the gay rights movement. A scintillating mix of movement and gesture, music, spoken word, props, gimmicks and a splash of irony.
Cameo Cookie toured nationally including to The Pink Fringe, Hothouse Festival and Touchwood.
Created in 2011 for (and with) celebrated performer Gavin Coward (balletLORENT), Bagofti is dark and captivating world of beauty and grotesque. Bagofti is a one man solo show that delves deep into the bold, austere and highly expressive art work of iconic figurative painter Francis Bacon. Part dance, part sculpture, this short and work is a mesmerising display of sheer physicality.
Bagofti toured nationally and was programmed as part of the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe Festival