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What I do:
I am a founding member of Kitsch n Sync Collective and co-director of gaijin-san company based in cardiff as well as a freelance choreographer/performer, interested in dance and physical/experimental theatre and media
A little more about me:
contact- gaijinsan_theatre@hotmail.com
Kitschnsynccollective@gmail.com

Find Kitsch n Sync Collective on facebook!
Location:
cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
Waleslab-
Mucha Lucha/Ruckus/Ruckus Rejects (working titles)
Dance theatre comedy performance fusing wrestling and Ballet

Art Car Boutique with Kitsch n Sync Collective.
(Installation and performance)

Research and Development with Crashmat Collective
check out http://www.mrforeigner.co.uk for more info

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Kitsch & Sync performance @ Chapter this week!

Hello theatre lovers!

Last chance to catch our 'Kitsch & Sync Collective: Private Eye Detective' show

@ Chapter theatre- 1st and 2nd Dec 8pm. Limited Capacity so make sure you book your tickets!

Follow our three leading ladies in their investigations into murder, betrayal and adultery…

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Posted on November 26, 2012 at 22:45 — 4 Comments

CFQ- Cardiff Fashion Quarter- OFFICIAL LAUNCH PARTY! This Saturday 12-8pm

CFQ- Cardiff Fashion Quarter is a new creative hub set on Womanby street (opposite Dempseys)

Expect performance, art, photography, design, contemporary and vintage fashion , furniture, jewellery and much, much, more...

 

Performances from Kitsch & Sync Collective,…

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Posted on October 19, 2012 at 10:03

CFQ- Cardiff Fashion Quarter opens it's doors this Friday (with a NEW pop-up performance space!)

What is CFQ?

 

Cardiff Fasion Quarter is a new alternative market place on Womanby Street, Cardiff (next to Nisa!)

with local designer/makers/vintage stalls,etc plus a cafe and bands curated by the guys at The Full Moon.

 

Kitsch & Sync Collective (dance theatre artists) are starting a new venture called...

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Posted on September 25, 2012 at 15:18 — 2 Comments

Kitsch & Sync Collective make it in the Guradian this week!...

Kitsch & Sync performed at the inaugral Port Merion Festival number 6 this weekend with a new show called....

'Pseudo Syncro'

inspired by Busby Berkeley syncronised swimmers. We also took over the village piazza with our shady lampshade characters and performed an except from our ACW show 'Kitsch & Syncc Collective: Private Eye Detective' which is re-touring in November 2012 to Chapter, The Riverfront and Bristol Wickham Theatre...watch this space!

 Here are a…

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Posted on September 20, 2012 at 10:23

Kitsch & Sync- Show opens at Chapter this week!

Posted on July 18, 2012 at 22:15 — 1 Comment

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At 20:14 on July 1, 2012, Brent Morgan said…

Beyond the Mat is a good general wrestling documentry I think you can watch most of the parts on you tube. Although it's about north American wrestling more than Lucha.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=as3fkTbJe4A

Monday night wars is also good for getting a feel for north American wrestling also talks about the introduction of lucha to WCW who were a big promotion you can view parts frome here http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5z40h_monday-night-war-p1_shortfilms.

Justin Lee Colins covers a good few basics of Lucha in his program you can view them here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSQ78rWHdRE.

I'll leave you those for now and Scratch is going well look forward to seeing more of the project also I can give you a great online shop for mexican masks and Dan knows loads about the history of each mask. Anyways enjoy your evening hope these help.

At 11:21 on October 27, 2009, WID said…
HI Kylie,
Good to hear from you - and see you at the next round of Dance Bytes!
Emily
 
 
 

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