Gravity & Levity are a disabled -led aerial dance company specialising in vertical dance performance, world-class artist development and exciting audience imagination.

We create innovative aerial dance that redefines what and where a dance floor can be, both for an audience and for ourselves. We’re committed to accessibility and amplifying alternative perspectives for both dance and circus.

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Festival crew and participants gather, sitting and standing on brightly painted steps in front of the pavilion theatre.

European Aerial Dance Festival 2024

Tickets are now on sale for this years EADF 2024, August 5th – 16th in partnership with the wonderful Worthing Theatres and Museum and we have a wonderful line up of tutors across all levels of participation, we’d love to see you there.
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Dissecting Aerial 2024

So that’s it for another year on Dissecting Aerial. Thanks to all the presenters for digging into their expertise and for so generously sharing their hugely informative and diverse presentations and last but not least, to you our audience for joining us. Here’s what some of the attendees had to say about it >>>>>

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A man seated on a bench gazes down into his dance partners face as she flies, body held in a horizontal position supported by rope and harness. Behind them seated on a diagonal pole another male dancer laughs with them


We can’t wait to tour our new outdoor touring show ‘Crawdaddy’ in 2024. Choreographed last Spring by Charles Linehan we had a blast getting it out there for it’s first initial run, it’s such a fun piece to perform. For more info and to see a short film of the piece >>>>

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Vertical Dance Research Creating International Connections

This time last year we were just finishing up on the final online sharing of a project called “Creating Connections’, a collaboration with Wanda Moretti and Kate Lawrence  funded by British Council’s International Collaboration Grants to deliver a project exploring participatory and inclusive practice in vertical dance.

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2 aerialists sit in harness, legs outstretched, feet planted on the wall, bodies upright. Lee’s arm is wrapped around Lindsey's waist

Inclusive Choreography Grounded and Flying with Stopgap

Artistic Director Lindsey got to offer a skills exchange with ever dynamic and engaging Stopgap Dance Company. Lindsey’s always been interested and intrigued by Stopgap’s inclusive choreography and process of movement translation between disabled and non-disabled people and bodies.

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2 dancers face each other smiling. They hold 1 finger in front of their noses, trying to regain their balance after spinning wildly.

Inclusive aerial, vulnerability and revelations

Inspired by the change in the seasons, we’re taking this opportunity to reflect on all that’s happened this year. We were grateful to receive a Cultural Recovery Fund grant from Arts Council England earlier this year which enabled us to finally create our own EADF website, go through some deep and inspiring business development and deepen […]

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