Sampled: ZooNation

Sat 17 February

Join ZooNation for an afternoon aimed at early career/ emerging artists in the North West, focusing on the professional practices and approaches used by the company.
  • Venue: Pier Eight Rooms

This performance is:

  • Accessible
  • Dance
  • Family

In this session ZooNation's Carrie-Anne Ingrouille will look at working within a Hip Hop skill set for training purposes and how this can lead to the production of narrative work. 

Carrie-Anne Ingrouille is a performer, choreographer and director originating from Guernsey in the Channel Islands. She has been a core member of the award winning ZooNation Dance Company since 2005, the company specialise in Narrative Hip Hop Theatre and her credits with the company include - "Into the Hoods", "Some Like it Hip Hop", "ZooNation 10 Year Anniversary”, "Groove on Down the Road”, "ZooNation: Unplugged", "The Show of Life", ”The Mad Hatter's Tea Party" and the London handover ceremonies for the Beijing Olympics, 2008. Carrie wears many different hats within ZooNation and her various roles include Associate Director, Resident Director, Choreographer, Performer and Teacher. 

Carrie-Anne's other performing and choreography theatre credits include: "Blaze, The Street Dance Sensation" (Peacock Theatre and European tour), “Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense" (Duke of York’s Theatre and UK tour), "The Suicide" (The National), "I Can't Sing, The X Factor Musical" (The London Palladium), "The International Olympic Committee Heads of State Performance" 2012 (Royal Opera House), "The Realness" and "Polatrix" (Hackney Down Studios), “R&D” (Hampstead Theatre), ”Back to the Lab”, “Sum of Parts” and “Breakin’ Convention” (Sadler’s Wells), “The Catherine Tate Show Live” (UK Tour), “Whydentity” (Royal Festival Hall). 

As well as performing and choreographing Carrie-Anne is extremely passionate about training and education and teaches at some of the UK’s leading dance establishments. She regularly tutors at the ZooNation Academy of Dance - and works closely with ZooNation Youth Company and other companies such as Boadicea and Woodside Dance Retreat. Carrie is also a regular adjudicator both nationally and internationally at various dance festivals and competitions around the world. Carrie-Anne is currently working as Resident Choreographer on “Hamilton” in London’s West End.