Video: The Place Prize 2011 - the finalists
Wednesday 06 April 2011
The four dance pieces shortlisted for The Place Prize 2011, the UK’s biggest award in choreography, will be performed every night from today until 16 April at the eponymous Euston-based dance theatre .
Selected from 16 commissions and nearly 200 entries, the dancers are competing for £25,000 prize money. The winner will be chosen by a panel of judges including Rupert Goold, Hannah Barry, Zena Edwards, Matthew Peacock and Laurie Uprichard.
The audience also has a chance to take part and the winning performance each night will be awarded £1,000.
The finalists are Riccardo Buscarini & Antonio de la Fe Guedes with 'Cameo', Ben Duke & Raquel Meseguer with ' It Needs Horses', Eva Recacha with ' Begin to Begin: a piece about dead ends' and Frauke Requardt & Freddie Opoku-Addaie with 'Fidelity Project'.
The award is sponsored by Bloomberg and runs biennially.
Watch the exclusive video of the finalists here and for more information visit www.theplaceprize.com
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