Performance Dates 

Retrospect Dance Theatres latest project has involved taking 'In Light of Those You Love' from stage to screen. Filmed in their Asylum home, Katherine and Tom Heath once again invite you into their twisted world were they indulge in each others hatred. The Film screening is being held at Whirled Cinema at 7:30pm on the 12th April. Book Tickets here...


17/02/2018: Resolution

Resolution is a fantastic opportunity for emerging companies, RSDT will be sharing the night with two other amazing choreographers; Jason Dupree's, Living room circus and Jade Hackett. The performance will be at The Place Theatre, 17th February 2018, 7:30pm.  

The Place

17 Duke's Road



05/11/2017: DanceProms at The Royal Albert Hall

Christopher, one of the co-creators of RSDT has been selected by a panel of established dance artists (Darcy Bussell, Michael Nunn, John Partridge, and Nafisah Baba) as Young Choreographer of the Year. The company will perform a short extract of 'In Light of Those You Love' in the main circular arena along with stars of Strictly Come Dancing, Flawless and hundreds of young performers throughout the country. This event is a celebration of aspiring young people and dance. Please show your support, tickets can be purchased by the link below or directly from The Royal Albert Hall's website. 

17/10/2017: Pitch2017

RSDT have been selected to perform at Pitch2017, this is a showcase of five emerging artists and a new piece by Pitch coordinator Luke Brown. This is a chance to introduce the work of RSDT to a new audience. The company is very excited to be involved and can't wait to share the stage with other fantastic creative artists. 

14/10/2017: Flux 5

Flux 5, Circle dance is an international dance platform where the company is performing an exert of 'ILOTYL'. The platform is based in Rotterdam at Rotterdanse Schouwberg, RSDT will be performing along side five other international artists and dance companies.

This is a really good opportunity to share the work in Europe and gain experiences from the other performers and feedback back from an unfamiliar audience. Hannah and Christopher again feel very humbled to be performing at Flux 5 at this point in the companies growth.  

28/09/2017: 'In Light of Those You Love' Premiere

Asylum Chapel, Peckham, was the premier venue for Retrospect Dance Theatres first full length work 'In Light of Those You Love'. The perfect setting for Katherine and Tom Heath to play out their distorted fantasies in the comfort of their 1950s home. 


The night commenced at 7:30pm with a 10 minute interval to break up the 1 hour 15 minute production. The night ran smoothly and was received with a standing ovation. Both Hannah and Chris were blown away by the audience response and want to personally thank everyone who purchased tickets to support RSDT's dream to continue creating and performing work. 

The next step for 'In Light of Those You Love' is to tour the work around the UK. 

Earlier this year Retrospect Dance Theatre was accepted to perform at Choreography31: International  Choreographer's Platform. The company performed a 12 minute section of 'In Light of Those You Love' which was the original material, the later expanded version started from. The company performed at Theater am Agei, central Hannover, Hannah and Christopher felt very privileged to be accepted into this established platform and be able to perform in a venue of this size so early on in the company life.

The whole experience was invaluable and the feedback gained from the industry professionals (Nanine Linning,  Stephen Dellatre, Ed Wubbe, Gary Stewart) was useful for the further development of the work. The piece was different from the other competitors due to its theatrical nature and complimented by many as 'refreshing and original'. 

The whole experience was rewarding and vital to the development of the RSDT.

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