21 November

Peilot Associate Artist

Chapter Arts Centre announces their first cohort of Peilot Associate Artists.

The programme of support will benefit artists and companies who work in theatre, music, dance and live art.

See the six artists selected

Click HERE 

6 November

An Invitation… Bristol and Chepstow

“An Invitation… is performance distilled to its essence.”  The Guardian

“Radical-witty and entertainingly thought-provoking” The Herald

See the Trailer

Touring Autumn 2016


Aberdeen Dance Live Festival

Woodend Barn

14th October




Bristol Trinity Arts Centre

17th November

6pm & 8pm



Chepstow Drill Hall

10th December


Tickets are available on the door or from Chepstow Museum

T 01291 625981


Photo Credit John Collingswood

4 November

Creative Wales Project 16/17

The work is about bringing people together.

I’ve been calling them gatherings, metaphorical kitchen tables.

I’ve been in conversation with artists, producers, intelligent creative people from all ends of the artistic spectrum. Arts Council Wales have awarded me the opportunity to Grow.

This project is called Becoming and Belonging.

I’ve been concentrating on rooting down or creating new roots with people. I’m interested in developing where it is that I live and how we live together and in how we cultivate our environment. I’m trying to give attention and look after what’s necessary for people, artists, folk and it feels like gardening.

So with this gift of time and growth – at the moment the study or thinking is something like:

I am an Artist, what does that mean, Becoming – as in growing into myself, valuing my position.

For me, with this award has come a badge of Responsibility, there’s something here about the impact of the work, how to communicate.

And Belonging, connecting on a deeper level.

Fresh conversations, root systems, nourishment, this is weird thing to say – creative “friendship”, a learning refining the way we communicate, an eye to the future, a knowledge it will take time, patience. A collegue Andy Paget said “If  its not belonging then it’s survival”. I found that in Arabic belonging means something slightly different, it means to Thrive, it means something that will unfold over time. Frank Bock said “Society is trying to speak in Endings” so I have been trying to enjoy the incompleteness. For me, when we are not trying to fix something or “show, demonstrate or perform” what we think a new avenue of thinking emerges and an opportunity to learn.


Creative Wales Awards are amongst the most important and well regarded of the Arts Council of Wales’ funding programmes.

3 November

PITCH heads to Novemberfest

Volcano Theatre, Swansea

PITCH is a collaboration between artists Skye Reynolds and Jo Fong

Saturday 19 November
DANCE DOUBLE BILL Two contrasting pieces showcasing extraordinary dance artists – Skye Reynolds and Laila Diallo

See the Trailer



Reviews by

The Skinny “Skye Reynolds gives a thrilling, mesmeric performance in Pitch.

Ian Abbott, Writing about Dance “The spectrum of artifice-to-reality and how other people can act as our mirrors.”

Total Theatre, Lisa Wolfe “It’s a demonstration of how one can live as an artist and have an impact.”

Festmag, Tim Bano “A tremendously intelligent, brilliantly wry piece of performance.”

Images by Lucas Kao

28 September

Workshop Leeds

Workshop with Jo Fong & Richard Gregory (Quarantine)

We know that everybody dances

Juncture Festival

Yorkshire Dance, Leeds

October 26, 2016

2pm to 5pm

Tickets £10.00, concessions £8.00
Free to Workshop Pass holders


To book click HERE

27 September


Wallflower was created in 2015 in collaboration with Quarantine

See the Trailer

Touring 2016


20-22 Oct
Dance Umbrella, UK

Battersea Arts Centre

Book Tickets


28-29 Oct
Juncture Dance, UK

Yorkshire Dance

Book Tickets


Wallflower is a dance marathon, a game that alters according to the players.

Three performers are challenged to remember every dance they’ve ever danced. Each performance is different, as they choose what they want to reveal, what story of themselves they want to tell…

Wallflower is devised by the company.

Performers Greg Akehurst, Jo Fong, Nic Green, Sonia Hughes, James Monaghan

Archivist Kate Daley

Director Richard Gregory

Designer Simon Banham

Lighting Designer Malcolm Rippeth

Dramaturg Renny O’Shea

Choreographic Advisor Jane Mason

Assistant Director Cat Robey

Production Manager Greg Akehurst

Producer Ali Dunican

7 September

PITCH heads to Dance Live Festival

PITCH is a collaboration between artists Skye Reynolds and Jo Fong

See the Trailer

16th October

Lemon Tree, Aberdeen


Reviews by

The Skinny “Skye Reynolds gives a thrilling, mesmeric performance in Pitch.

Ian Abbott, Writing about Dance “The spectrum of artifice-to-reality and how other people can act as our mirrors.”

Total Theatre, Lisa Wolfe “It’s a demonstration of how one can live as an artist and have an impact.”

Festmag, Tim Bano “A tremendously intelligent, brilliantly wry piece of performance.”

6 September

Making Wallflower


A new series of notebook entries by cast & creatives.

See the Link

2 August

Edinburgh Festival 2016 – PITCH

PITCH is a collaboration between artists Skye Reynolds and Jo Fong

See the Trailer

PITCH heads to Dance Base as part of the Edinburgh Festival 2016
Dance Base, Grassmarket
17th – 21st August
Venue 22

To book tickets Click HERE

For more information on  Skye Reynolds www.skyereynolds.com

1 August

Reviews – Kommilitonen!

4 **** in The Times “This docu-opera is sobering and uplifting, in name a reflection on history but also a timely reminder of how close we still are to unthinkable horror.”

5***** in The Guardian “WNO’s Youth wave flag boldly for Peter Maxwell Davies”

A beautiful piece of writing from Wales Arts Review “This has got to be one of the operatic events of the year”