You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)

Contact improvisation workshop
September 2021, Copenhagen

Come and join us for an intensive CI workshop with Charlie Morrissey. A little post covid shake-up.

Practicalities 🧦

Members (sliding scale) 🥰
My fridge is empty. I don’t know what I’m eating tonight. I really shouldn’t be signing up for this, I should spend my night hunting foxes to roast over a fire made of old newspapers: 200 DKK

I’ve got a job! Yes, can you believe it, a real job! I’m still dismantling capitalism though… But I have money. Sweet sweet money, and you can have some of it: 400 DKK

I’ve got so much money I want to pay for that person above with the empty fridge. And the fox joke wasn’t funny, it was just weird. I decide what’s funny and weird, because I’m rich: 600 DKK

Outsiders 🤨
800 DKK (Let me help you here… This makes no sense… It costs 200 to be a member. We just put this option in as a stupid marketing trick).

17 Sep. 18:30 – 21:30 – Katrinedals Skole
18. Sep. 10:00-17:00 – Blågård Skole
19. Sep. 13:30-18:30 – Blågård Skole

Max 25 people 👨‍👨‍👧‍👧 (we usually fill up)

Level: You can handle yourself in a jam / your knee-pads is starting to look a bit worn / Ask us! 🐣

We’ll meet up, warm-up, get back together after a long hibernation.

Saturday + afterparty
We work with Charlie till lunch break 12.30 and then have the second part 14.30-17.
Afterwards we eat together or separately and then meet up for an afterparty disco night at Borups allé 223 3th. 🍹🎉

The last day to kick ass

Registration 🎟

Fill out the form with name and email and you will get payment details after hitting send in the form.

Who is Charlie?

Charlie Morrissey is a director/choreographer, performer, teacher, and researcher, working in the field of performance for 30 years. He is influenced by substantial ongoing working relationships with Steve Paxton, Siobhan Davies, Lisa Nelson, Kirstie Simson, Scott Smith, Katye Coe, K.J.Holmes, Katie Duck and others.
Teaching is central to his practice and his classes are laboratories for exploration and discovery. He teaches for dance and theatre companies, institutions, festivals and independent organisations internationally.

Recent and upcoming projects include several collaborations with Siobhan Davies; a new performance for five dancers – If this is it, then what are we going to do with it? –; a solo choreographed by Colin Poole- White Charlie; and he is currently performing in Quarantine’s Wallflower; + creating What’s not there – a new solo for Tanzwerkstatt Europa in Munich – What’s not there.

Charlie curates an international programme of dance events at Wainsgate Chapel in Yorkshire: Wainsgate Dances:

What is the workshop about?

This workshop is about being and moving with, and the ways in which moving with another person can be a way to notice how we are always moving in relation to something – that we are never moving in a void – you really do make me feel mighty real.

After a period of separation, the workshop will re-visit ideas and experiences of proximity and touch, materiality and motion.

We will map our own structures in relation to space and other structures, and play with moving alongside, into, with and through.

This will be an opportunity to explore the the weight and the lightness of moving in company with others and coming to the activity of improvising in contact as something new.