Candoco Dance Company

Candoco Dance Company is a leading UK repertoire company of contemporary dancers motivated by a shared belief that artists with different abilities, perspectives and experiences enrich our art form.

Annie was a full-time company member with Candoco from 2008-2014. As a company dancer Annie created original work with commissioned choreographers, touring around the world, and lead a huge range of learning & creative projects for diverse groups of dancers of varying ages, abilities, and levels of experience.

Annie now maintains her connection with Candoco as a Candoco Associate Artist, frequently facilitating classes, intensives and workshops at home and abroad, and leading morning class for the professional touring company and sessions for Cando2, Candoco's youth company.

As a company dancer Annie devised & performed in the following works:

STILL, Nigel Charnok, 2008

The Perfect Human, Hofesh Schechter, 2008

In Translation, Emanuel Gat, 2010

Imperfect Storm, Wendy Houstoun, 2010

The Hangman, Sarah Michelson, 2010

Looking Back, Rachid Ouramdane, 2011

Set and Reset/Reset, Trisha Brown, 2011-2014

12, Claire Cunningham, 2012

Parallel Lines, Marc Brew, 2012

Miniatures, Lea Anderson, 2013 (solo)

Notturnino, Thomas Hauert, 2014

While dancing with Candoco Annie also performed in the Beijing Olympics handover ceremony in 2008, the London Paralympic closing ceremony in 2012, at Duckie at Royal Vauxhall Tavern, and in a re-staging of Rafael Bonachela's And Who Shall Go to the Ball?, filmed as a GCSE dance study resource.

You can find an in-depth archive of current & past works, photos & video on Candoco's website by clicking here

STILL by Nigel Charnok, photo Hugo Glendinning


Set & Reset/Reset by Trisha Brown; Miniatures by Lea Anderson; STILL by Nigel Charnok; Imperfect Storm by Wendy Houstoun, all photos by Hugo Glendinning