Choreographer Isabelle Cressy has announced the dancer for 'Flog' at Ausform Performance Platform as prolific dancer Tilly Webber.

Read on for Tilly's Biography and video links to previous work!

Tilly Webber was born in England and started her training at the Arts Educational School, Tring Park at the age of eleven. She then went onto graduate from London Contemporary Dance School in July 2007. From there she worked with the Michael Clarke Dance Company in the summer of 2007, working on Modern Masterpieces, The Stravinsky Project. She Also worked with Cordigo Dance Project in ‘Resolution” and ‘Evolution’ 2007-2008. From March 2008 Tilly started performing with C-12 Dance Theatre  and joined them again shortly in 2009 for 'Dance Umbrella African Currents'.  

Tilly then went onto work with Marc Brew Company for Spring/Summer 2009, touring his piece ‘Nocturne’ throughout the UK and then re-joined the company this summer  2011 for the acclaimed piece  performing in spaces such as 'The National Theatre ' and 'Greenwich and dockhands International Dance Festival' London.


In 2008-2009 she began working with Rosie Kay Dance Company, in the first production of Rosie's 'SuperNova' and toured for summer/Autumn 2009. At the end of 2009 the company begun work on a new piece " 5 Soldiers' and toured throughout the UK for 2010 and then was taken to 'Madrid En Danza Festival', Madrid in autumn 2010. Due to its popular critic the company continued re-work on the piece and then further toured the piece around the Uk, Jersey, a residency in Berlin (Tacheles Theatre)  and then travelling through Germany .

She then moved from London to Bristol(2011) and started work with choreographer Willi Donnier on his 'Bodies In Urban Spaces', performing in a site specific performance around the city.

In the summer 2011, Rosie Kay Dance Company was then commissioned by the 'Cultural Olympiad 2012' to create a piece on 'The Severn Valley Railway', where she performed on 'The Great Train Dance' as an actress and dancer.  

Tilly is thrilled to be part of Ausform Platform and looking forward to getting involved with the Bristol dance scene.

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