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Described in The Independent as “body poet and word dancer…
a virtuoso in daring.”, Nigel was midway in the development of one of his most ambitious projects to date for his own company.
A Facebook page has been set up to keep people informed of the developments over the next few years.
The archive is in the process of being complied, and is currently edited and maintained by Graham Clayton-Chance and Nick Mercer.
Beginning his performing career in Ludus and Extemporary Dance Theatre, Nigel became a founder member of DV8.
He formed his own company – Nigel Charnock Company in 1995 and was Artistic Director of Helsinki Dance Company from 2002 to 2005.
A short section of this evening of work entitled 10 Men was previewed, to unanimous acclaim, at British Dance Edition and Duckie earlier this year.
Nigel is internationally acclaimed for a string of unique solo performances which include Human Being, Hell Bent, Original Sin, Resurrection, Frank and most recently One Dixon Road.
Hal Rudnick: That's awesome when you can play someone you really identify with. Lee Roy Myers: Travel around the road and back again. Hal Rudnick and Julia Ann: Thank you for being a friend. For more updates from the Archive and access to video documentation; Facebook page: The Nigel Charnock Archive Vimeo Channel: Nigel Charnock Vimeo Channel If you have any material you can donate to the Archive please get in touch with us at [email protected] .An advisory group has been set up to manage enquiries relating to Nigel’s projects at [email protected] 2 August 2012 Nigel Charnock, the performer, choreographer and director, died late yesterday at St Christopher’s Hospice in South London.
He toured Stupid Men (an ensemble of male performers) from 2006 and enjoyed an inspirational partnership with Wendy Houstoun.