Producer Needed

MonixArts is looking for an enthusiastic and committed producer to develop an ongoing relationship. The producer will work closely with Monica Nicolaides to build an ongoing programme of work and support the development of future works.

We are currently working on a dance film project – based on our latest work ‘SIGNS’ which was supported by ACE – and are looking for a producer who is interested and, ideally, has experience working on filmed projects.They should be interested in making and producing new work. Responsibilities would include partnership building, fundraising and company representation.

Fee: Profit-share

Monica, Artistic Director of MonixArts, has been working as a choreographer and dancer for over 8 years with performing credits including: BSkyB, mapdance, Birmingham Royal Ballet, London Olympics ceremonies, Warner Brothers, Dance Digital, Carpe Diem dance, Torifune Butoh-Sha, Universal Studios, Valentine Pictures, Lionsgate, Tesco amongst others.

Her work was performed at The Place, Lost Theatre, The Blue Elephant Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe, Edinburgh Zoo, Clarence Mews and was commissioned to choreograph for the University of Cumbria, Third Row Dance and the British Medical Association.

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Stormy April’s out, Rainy May is in!

Here’s the monthly update:

After two grueling months of rehearsing and training, we are on the final stride for the performance of LCP Dance Theatre at the Bernie Grants Arts Centre.
The amazing choreographer Mimmo Miccolis has created an extraordinary work, funded by the BBC Performing Arts Fund and mentored by Bawren Tavaziva. Come and watch the show on 18th May at the Bernie Grants Arts Centre! For bookings go to:

I have also been appointed Director of the Trainee Carpe Diem Company, which is a great opportunity to work with young dancers, eager to learn and perform. Classes are going well, and we are getting ready for our summer show in July!
If you are interested to join class, come down on Sundays at NO LIMITS Dance Studios in Clapham (Closest tube station: Stockwell).
Trainee company: 10-17 years
Carpe Diem company: 18-29 years (Audition only)

Filming for the Carpe Diem Dance Film finished on Sunday. Editing starts this week, so the film should be finalised in two weeks time!Can’t wait to see the final work. The Carpe Diems were great! They all worked really hard, and I’m sure all their efforts will be paid off.

May is turning out to be quite busy. Shows are coming up and teaching is going well. Private coaching for ballroom couples is my new venture and it is turning out great! The couple I am coaching at the moment is getting ready for competitions and is expected to do great! The class consists of improving choreographies and technique by teaching the basic principles of ballet, contemporary and contact to facilitate partnering and develop the dynamic qualities of the couple’s dancing. For more information of private coaching, please don’t hesitate to contact us.