Hannah is a performer and choreographer based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Hannah trained at Laban, gaining a 1st class BA (Hons) Dance Theatre (2007) and an MA in Dance Performance (2008). In 2012 she went to train at Espacio LEM in Buenos Aires, Argentina for 3 months to research and develop her choreographic practice. For the majority of her professional career Hannah has worked as a performer, and has found herself most at home collaborating with artists from different disciplines, namely music, visual art, film and theatre. She has performed in a variety of spaces and places across the UK, Europe and internationally.
Some artists and companies Hannah has worked with include; Barrowland Ballet, Imaginate, Starcatchers, Maria Jerez, Ian Spink, Christine Devaney, Miguel Pereira, Lambent Productions, Rosemary Butcher, Lea Anderson + Frank Bock, Lost Dog, Valerie Preston-Dunlop, Salon Fluxx and as part of Fresh Tracks Europe.
Theatre at RVCC, Branchburg New Jersey USA | 15 – 17 March 2018
Lincoln Centre, New York USA | 21 – 25 March 2018
MamaBabaMe co production between Curious Seed and Starcatchers which tour across Scotland in 2017.
Barrowland Ballet‘s Wolves performed by an 60 strong intergenerational cast of dance artist including older performers, teenagers, adults and children. Performances at:
Tramway, Glasgow | Saturday 18th March 2017 Beacon Arts Centre | Saturday 25th March 2017
Image Brian Hartley
“Both transfixing and mesmerising, this relaxed and intimate delight of a performance is full of surprises geared right at tiny tots but clever enough to draw in the adults in the room too as it magically links nature and music.” ★★★★★ THE EDINBURGH GUIDE
Hup is touring Canada, Macau and Hong Kong before returning home to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe as part of the Made in Scotland showcase. See below for dates >
– Dundee Rep | Dundee Tues 5 – Sat 16 April
– Platform | Glasgow Sat 21 – Wed 25 May
– Imaginate Festival | Edinburgh @ National Museum of Scotland Sat 28 – Fri 3 June
‘A blissful chillout, look, listen or play zone’ The Herald ★★★★