SOMETIMES, good luck dinosaur


Janine Harrington

Sat 8 Feb, 7pm
Laban Laurie Grove
Performance Lab 2
SE14 6NH

Duration 40 mins


Like sand tumbling down a dune; like a glacier breaking off; like a virus proliferating through a body; like a choreography falling apart – Paul Hughes , review of SOME TIMES for DRAFF

SOME TIMES is a work in chapters:

i) the raising of water by one degree
ii) good luck, dinosaur
iii) nations etc.

Choreography, design, text: Janine Harrington
Developed with: Luke Birch, Tuan Ly, Katja Nyqvist, Elisa Vassena
Performed by: Katye Coe, Janine Harrington, Tuan Ly, Katja Nyqvist, Elisa Vassena
Dramaturg: Lou Cope
Costumes: Lucie Kordacova
Production: Kat Bridge
Developed with support from: Arts Council England, Siobhan Davies Dance Open Choreography, South East Dance & Jerwood Foundation Collaborate scheme

Janine Harrington

Janine Harrington is a British choreographer, performer and writer. Her works explore game structures, play, access, neurodiversity and the poetics of movement practices. Her recent work, the kaleidoscopic Screensaver Series (premiered at Dance Umbrella, 2018) foregrounds these interests and is currently touring. Janine has honed her practice alongside performing in gallery and museum contexts across Europe, teaching, writing, mentoring and advocating around neurodiversity and artist leadership. She is Align artist with South East Dance and Re-Search artist with Dance Umbrella/ResCen Network.