Wolf Pack- Barrowland Ballet’s Intergenerational Company
Wolf Pack is Barrowland Ballet’s free, intergenerational Company for ages 7- 80+. Led by acclaimed choreographer Natasha Gilmore and Barrowland Ballet professional dance artists, Wolf Pack explore contemporary movement through choreographic tasks and improvisation; gain insight into the professional devising process and create and perform as a company.
Launched in September 2016, Wolf Pack now consists of 30 participants aged from 7 to mid 70’s who meet weekly from 6-7.30pm on Tuesdays evenings in Glasgow City Centre.
For more information, or to join the waiting list please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wolf Pack is delivered thanks to support from Tramway and Young Start.
Young Start aims to create opportunities for Scotland’s children and young people aged eight to 24 to help them realise their full potential. Young Start is a grants programme run by the Big Lottery Fund, which is distributing money from dormant bank accounts. Dormant accounts are deposits of money in bank and building society accounts where there has been no activity for 15 years or more.
Saturday 26 October 2019 | Free | 12noon
Hyper visible and vulnerable, their bodies emerge and retreat within the immersive landscape. Can you see me? Can you hear me? Join Barrowland Ballet’s intergenerational company, Wolf Pack, as they weave their way through the gallery. Collectively they respond to Nick Cave’s exhibition ‘Until’, to the history of joy and pain and explore and embody the environmental and political issues concerning them today.
Choreographed with Aya Kobayashi and presented as part of Dance International Glasgow (DIG) 2019
Wolf Pack were delighted to perform at Go Dance 2018 where they shared a short extract from their production Wolves followed by their peculiar and playful, weird and wonderful piece Something Helpful.
GO Dance 2018, Theatre Royal, Glasgow
Friday 9th March 2018
How dangerous is it to stray from the path, and who is it dangerous for? The nurturing community of the wolf pack against the dangers of the big bad wolf. Performed by an intergenerational cast Wolves explores the moral guidance given across generations, from historical morality tales to the present moment.
Saturday 18th March 2017
3pm & 7pm
Beacon Arts Centre
Saturday 25th March 2017